My friend and I went to this salon on a whim. This whim took us on a journey so dark and depraved, I dont think we will ever recover.
1) When you walk in to an establishment and you are greeted with a look that say ""f**k you, I dont want to do anymore nails tonight"", its a bad first impression, to say the least.
2) When they put a ""scrub"" on your hands, have you wash it off in a bathroom sink and then tell you that this special treatment cost $5, you wonder why this obviously profitable scheme is still making them look at you like you have offended them.
3) Wham, bam, no thank you ma'am. Well before closing time, they sped through my manicure and even skipped portions of my friends hand massage. And talk about a bad paint job! There was nail polish all around my nails and they made NO attempt to clean it up. I have done better manicures on myself at home...on crack.
4) On top off all this, they thought my friend was trying to rip them off when she asked them to split the bill between cash and card. They put the entire bill on her card but then also kept all $10 of the cash (did she really think she was getting a ten buck tip on a $14 manicure ?!)...when she asked for the cash back, the manicurist looked at her like she was trying to ""pull a fast one"" and at first refused to give the cash back.
-I walked out, mouth agape, wondering ""what the hell just happened?"" It makes you wonder when they ask for payment and tip BEFORE they have even done anything?! You pay and they they screw you over with a crap job and a big, fatty sign that says ""NO REFUNDS.""
You wonder at the irony, it is some work of magic that Magic Nails is still open.