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  • 1.Hot Shotz

    314 W 8th Ave


    0.34 mi


    This place has got to be the worst bar I have ever been in. It looks like a shack that should have been torn down ten years ago. The owner/manager/whatever spends most of her time hoochying on loser

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By: Shalina M.
Jade Nails
I don't normally take the time to write reviews but after being offended twice, I feel I need to! Both times I walk in and ask if they have time for a set of nails and I am told yes. I begin to look for nail color and almost immediately am told "you don't hurry, I don't have time for you" not 1 person asks if I need help or what it is that I'm looking for. Tonight being my second time I tell them I would like my nails soaked off and a NEW set put on. I am told "no no just refill" that's fine if they would like to offer that to me as an option but to flat out tell me no?!? Really? (It's more money THEY could have made) So again I am back trying to find polish and ask if they have color changing polish and he responds "yes bottom shelf" I then asked where it says the color they change to as I couldn't find it on the bottle. He responds "I don't know" never offered to try one out for me or to even ask what color it is I'm looking for. He returns to another customer as I sit in the back looking lost and uncomfortable. I ended up pulling a piece of paper out from my wallet to try myself....again no one offers to help me. While I'm trying to figure this nail polish out I hear the guy holler across the room at my son "up up you don't sit in my chair" i couldn't believe how rude they treated us! I have NEVER been so u comfortable at a salon before EVER! I have recently went to a nail salon in wichita that made me feel welcome from the moment I stepped in their store. I was NEVER rushed, I was helped and not ignored and they embraced my children being there! I have decided my money is better spent elsewhere! Smh
By: Kim K.
Nail Tech
This nail salon is AMAZING! They are husband and wife, and every time I have been there, they treat me well. (Including when I bring my kiddos) The pedicures are awesome for the price. You get all the works here, with no additional add on charges. I mean the scrub, the paffin wax, the massage, warm towels with your feet wrapped up, and in summers you get the orange slices to smooth your skin! Most salons I go to charge extra for all these works! Also "Nam" does Amazing designs. All my experiences here I didn't feel rushed like most places to get you in and out, you can tell they truly give each client the time deserved so you will keep coming back!
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