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  • 1.Luxury Nail & Spa

    220 Magnolia Dr N

    Tifton,GA

    1.09 mi

    (2)

    Although I did not arrive during a busy time (Tuesday at 5:30pm), They addressed me as soon as I walked in. They were not very talkitive but that was alright. The service was great! They didn't rush,

  • 2.Luxury Nail Salon

    1430 Us Highway 82 W Ste 104

    Tifton,GA

    1.64 mi

  • 3.Luxury Nails

    507 N Main St

    Sylvester,GA

    19.37 mi

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02/14/2017
By: Rosa S.
Elegant Nails & Spa
The worst . The guy who did my nails put a really thin layer of acrylic and within the second day they were lifting. I pay $30.00 for them which was not worth it . NEVER GOING BACK AGAIN!! ALL THEY ARE GOOD FOR IS TAKING YOUR MONEY FOR POOR SERVICE!!!!
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09/04/2016
By: Becky H.
Elegant Nails & Spa
Love this place. Called ahead and they were easily able to accommodate our group of 5. We all felt pretty when we left.
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01/02/2016
By: Amanda L.
Luxury Nail & Spa
I had a horrible expirence! And so did my mom. The person who did my nails nails had my fingers bleeding. My mom received an infection on her heel from this place that she had to receive antibiotics from the doctor.
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08/03/2015
By: Ilona T.
Elegant Nails & Spa
terrible experience! Was talked into services I did not go in for, staff was completely inconsiderate and insensitive about the order in which I would like to receive the service (I told them I'm embarrassed to get a pedi before waxing)... Colors on hands and feet don't match at all! Half the options were left out on packages chosen/services performed and I was charged more than what their price list said. I have never left a bad review in my life and I'm a very local customer and great tipper, but today I felt completely taken advantage of!
06/26/2013
By: kmew2013
Luxury Nail & Spa
Although I did not arrive during a busy time (Tuesday at 5:30pm), They addressed me as soon as I walked in. They were not very talkitive but that was alright. The service was great! They didn't rush, they did exactly what I wanted and more, and they were extremely clean! Loved it! I'm going back to my awesome nail tech, Pauline! The prices were very competitive as well! My only complaint is they thin their polish with paint thinner but that can be fixed by bringing your own polish with you. :)Basic Manicure:$10Basic Pedicure: $20Full Set: $22+Fill in's: $14+Waxing Eyebrows: $10Upper lip: $6
01/11/2013
By: elegant.nails.353
Elegant Nails & Spa
Elegant Nails & Salon is the most beautiful salon and Van & Romeo treat their clients like Royalty!
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