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04/19/2016
By: Nikki M.
Lucky Nails
I have been going here for about a year or so off and on. Today was the first time I went back in a couple of months. When I went I was immediately greeted by a new nail technician. After she started my normal manicure she shortly cut me to where I was bleeding. I know accidents happen, but instead of addressing it she used GLUE that's used to put fake nails on to stop the bleeding. This is absolutely disgusting. Mainly since she put the glue right back like it was no big deal. It's gross to think how many times they have done that. I definitely will not be going back any time soon.
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03/23/2016
By: Kayla W.
Lucky Nails
Amazing service. Super friendly staff. They remember everyone! I made the mistake of going elsewhere last week on my lunch for a simple fill, which was done horribly. I stopped in tonight to try and salvage it, and the woman who helped me did an incredible job. We ended up having to remove the nails and start over, but she took her time and made my new set look perfect. The result was a perfect manicure that could possibly pass for natural nails. I'll never make the mistake of going elsewhere again.
12/07/2012
By: kelly.moyer.73
All About Nails & Tanning Ctr
Great local salon. I had her put gel nails on. This is a no chemical method of applying a french manicure to my nails. This no chemical method is so much healthier for my nails. The building doesn't have that annoying chemical smell either. The lady is very friendly and great at what she does. I absolutely love my nails. If you haven't made an appointment with her, you are missing out. Give her a try.
11/16/2016
By: Willie G.
All About Nails & Tanning Ctr
I have been going to All About Nails for 17 years and I've had a great experience. Sue is AWESOME! She is very personable an always makes her customers feel comfortable. She's very thorough and makes sure that your nails are done correctly. I also get my eyebrows and pedicures done there I have no complaints. I would recommend this place to anyone!
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05/17/2016
By: Tina R.
Nail Creations
I work for Nga and she is an amazing individual! She's so talented and can do any design a customer desires. She's really passionate about her job and it is a fun atmosphere to work in and be apart of! I recommend everyone in Erie PA to come to Nail Creations(:
05/17/2016
By: Beth H.
Nail Creations
I love this place. Everyone is nice, friendly and inviting. It is a very warm and clean salon. I have been going there since they opened. My nails always look beautiful and last 5 weeks without any lifting or chips. I highly recommend this place.
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08/08/2015
By: Barb L.
First Nails
I just went to have my acrylic nails filled and the two women in this business were kind and peaceful. The place needed cleaning but the work done on my nails was wonderful. I will go back and tell my friends.
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11/03/2015
By: Jackie B.
Nail Creations
I really like this salon! The owner is very nice and talks to all of the customers and she is very positive in talking about her employees who are there! Nice group of customers as well!,
06/07/2017
By: Genna L.
Nail Creations
Thank you Darling Nga!! First time coming here you are so sweet. Dip glitter ✨ is so pretty. Thank you for the soup too lol ����
11/02/2016
By: Amy S.
Nail Creations
Best place in Erie to get nails done! It's clean, friendly and they don't overcharge you. I won't go anywhere else!
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