I agree with the other negative review. My friend and I decided to try them out for my birthday. I get pedicures and manicures about every two months and I know what to expect. We both asked for an acrylic set when we walked in and when we sat down. Apparently during the course of the procedure, the two asians secretly communicated psychic style, since we were on opposite sides of the salon, that we both must want solar nails, and proceeded to apply them. Not only did they do shoddy work, but apparently ""solar"" means bubbles because that's how each nail looks, full of bubbles and of different thickness of gel. At the end, my cuticles were ripped from the sawing down of (I thought acrylic) gels and no lotion or any cuticle treatment applied. At the end, they ask for 90 dollars and expected me to pay. I questioned the price difference and they explained that they (in broken English) replied that they informed us of the solar upgrade when they me (not my friend) if we ""wanted pink"". Not understanding this was secret code for solar, I nodded and went back to reading. I tried to assert that we did not ask for solar and that we specifically said acrylic sets twice, but to no avail. They got their 90 bucks, but an 11 percent tip each. Hopefully that tip will go towards their redecorating budget. I'm sticking with suburb salons, who value their work and price it accordingly.