Editor's Choice Best Mani/Pedi Salon in Atlanta!
What really sets Sugarcoat apart from other nail salons is that we are dedicated to providing the most sanitary nail services available. New clients receive a complimentary personalized pouch of non-metal tools on their first visit - nail files, buffers, toe
separators, birchwood sticks, pumice stones, etc. are never shared! The kit is yours to keep. All metal clippers, nippers, and pushers are soaked in barbicide at least 20 minutes after.. each service and are then baked in a hospital grade heat sterilizer for an additional 30 mins. Tools are presented to the client in a sealed pouch before each service. This extra step is precisely the reason Sugarcoat has custom built pedicure thrones with porcelain sinks and fresh running water. NO filters and pipes to recirculate bacteria. After each service, the sink and surrounding area is cleaned with a hospital grade cleanser.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
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Posted: 6/19/2011 • Last edited: 12/24/2012 • Link to this review
If you're looking for a place to host your party of any sort, this is the place. I always hesitated going to getting my nails done given the fact that in your typical nail salons, the fumes are always so strong and the bacteria and the who knows whats growing in the jets of tubs. Well, Sugarcoat is different! They've changed my perception! It's clean, no toxic fumes and they use running water for pedicures! You're greeted by an airy clean cute atmosphere, friendly staff and the new owner/manager is by far (a trillion miles) friendlier and happier than the previous owners. Go give it a try! I think you'll LOVE it!
Posted: 4/17/2010 • Link to this review
The best thing I can say about Sugarcoat is their standard of clean. They go the extra mile to make sure everything is sanitized. There is free valet parking next door to the salon too. Make sure you make an appointment, they are pretty much mandatory. They are serious about your punctuality but not their own.
Posted: 10/29/2008 • Last edited: 4/06/2009 • Link to this review