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By: Alyvia H.
Angel Nails
Don't ever go here it's the worst nail salon ever! My nails all peeled off with 2 hours and I went back in there the next day and they told me to get out and that they weren't doing them! And told us if we come back that they were calling the police on me.
By: Melinda S.
Angel Nails
Horrible. I called to ask if Angel nails did SNS (dipping powder) and was assured they did. When I went in, the place had a "dirty" feel to it, display cases cluttered, stained ceiling, etc, but this was the only place in town that said they could do SNS, so I stayed and hoped for the best. I told them again what I wanted, even wrote it down, and showed them my nails. Again I was assured this was fine. When I got in the chair, the guy proceeded to grind all the nails off my left hand, then he said, "What is this? Who told you we could do this?" He then said I had to go somewhere else!!! I politely asked if he could at least paint my nails to cover the damage, and was told "no". If you want your nails done, stay far away from this place!
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By: Susan Y.
T Nails
I absolutely loved my mani-pedi. I ADORE Tina! She's knowledgeable & super-talented and has a wonderful sense of humor! Best yet, she rocked my deluxe mani-pedi! Relaxing, thorough massage & masque. Totally worth it!
By: Liz D.
Angel Nails
Took my little sisters to get their nails polished. After waiting over an hour they finally got to us. A lot of people were coming in at this point and since my little sisters were only getting their nails polished they tried to hurry us up. They had my sisters stand while they painted their nails. They did a horrible job!! I had to go back and tell them to fix it. The Nail polish ended up coming off some of their nails later that night. The lady who polished their nails was also rude. When I asked her how much she just walked away and attended the next customer. Never going back. Already told my friends not go there. The place was also disgusting too. There was trash all over the floor.
By: lindamughmaw
Angel Nails
Glad to know. I was going to go there. Thanks for your info.
By: Kendra S.
Angel Nails
DO NOT GO HERE!! I went 2 days ago and it was my fist time there. I am extremely picky about how my nails are done. I get mine cut down and squared. My nails are all different links they left paint on my fingers the were very rude and rolled their eyes at me when I told them to fix something I had acrylic stuck underneath my nails. I DO NOT recommend anyone to go to Angel Nails especially if there picky about their nails like I am. I am only giving them one star only because it wont let me give none at all!!!!!
By: cindy.s.cunningham.9
T Nails
The best thing about t nails is the take their time with you. They don't rush. It's not about how many people they can rush through, it's about doing a great job.
By: ladymay13
Red Nails
This was pretty fast, I was able to get in and out in under 30 mins!
By: bigdc
Florine's Little Place
Thursdays only they have some of the best mexican food you'll find in town. Plus half pound hamburgers that are half pound after cooked. You get more for the same price at other bars.
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