Granted, I've only had one experience (this afternoon, actually) at Mishalz and it was a ""spa pedicure"", but that one experience is all that I needed to determine that I would never again return. As I sit here writing this review, it has already been 1 1/2 hours since my pedicure and not only have my cuticles and surrounding skin been polished, but the lacquer has yet to dry! Needless to say that the products used by this establishment are not top-of-the-line. This is by far the very worst $40 (before tip) pedicure that I have had in my life! Furthermore, the owner of the spa is also a dentist who operates her dental office within the same building with no separate reception area between the so-called spa and the dental office. There is absolutely nothing relaxing about that! But what's worse is that there is absolutely no ""spa"" atmosphere about this place. It is run down, the ambience leaves much to be desired, and the reception staff (albeit the dental staff) is quite boisterous and insist on enjoying their ""reggaeton"" music at full blast from their small two-way radio. Michelle Charles (the dentist-owner) may have had all good intentions when she decided to open a ""day spa"", but it is my sincere opinion that she should stick with dentistry and cease and desist charging $40 for pedicures. Surely, any consumer with a bit of dedication could do a far better job than the half-effort that went into my toes this afternoon at Mishalz Day Spa. Never Again!
Pros: The nail tech/dental hygienist who did my pedicure was very nice and conversational.
Cons: The quality of products used and work done left much to be desired.