Location: In the shopping plaza right in front of Sam’s club. Very easy to find and they have adequate space for parking. Atmosphere: This is not your standard nail shop. When you first walked in, you are greeted by their lovely and sweet owner (I am guessing). To the right of the shop is their nail “bar,” which is an actual bar table with seats underneath. The bar is where you get your nails painted and is a chic area where they display some products from OPI that they have for sale. The shop is also decorated in lovely warm colors and features beautiful wood throughout the entire salon. The salon is also very clean.Food/Beverages: N/A Service: I forgot the name of the nice and funny lady that did my nails, but she did any amazing job. Ladies, I am VERY picky about my nails and nail polish. I judge all salons based on 2 criteria. The polish of the nail and the procedure that they do to fill in my nails. I have been getting my nails done for over 8 years and have become accustomed to the procedure that should be done when you have your nails filled in or are getting a full set. By full set, I mean acrylic/ gel powder, with tips or no tips. You can have a full powder set without the nails tips, which I think are called powder overlays. This is where they put the powder on your real nails, instead of adding the tips to extend the length of your nails. Unfortunately, I was not blessed with naturally long and strong nails. So, I am going to give a basic rundown of the full set procedure that should be done by an experienced and knowledgeable technician. Some technicians might not do all of these in the same order which is alright, but all of these areas should be done by the end of the service. First, she buffs down your reals nails, or soaks off your pre existing old powder set. Here is where they gently file your nails down and then applies the tips and asks you for the desired shape and length of your nails. After, they apply this liquid weird thingy that is supposed be a protectant for your nails. Second, they cut the tips and files to the desired shape, where they put on the powder and buffs, buffs, away. This is where the magic happens and where you can distinguish between a veteran or noob. A veteran should be able to buff away the powder without any pain or cutting your cuticles. I am stating this because I have had those things happen to me and believe me they are not pleasant at all! After she shapes and buffs the nails, the technician has a pointy tip tool the goes under the nail and cleans the glue and extra powder. This step makes a huge difference because it gets rid of all the bulky gunk that is under your nails and allows your nails to feel clean and fresh. This is also my favorite part. After all the buffing and shaping is done, this is where the gel or polish is applied. I stated that I am very picky when it comes to polish. I will either come back or not, due to this one factor. Gel polish is not as easy as it seems (believe me I have tried to paint my own gels). Gel polish tends to run a bit more than regular nail polish and if a nail tech can polish my gel without having it hit my cuticles or runoff, is a definite winner in my book! Sometimes it can run off a little, but that is usually ok if they clean it with some acetone and their little brush. Overall: I loved the atmosphere, decor, and the sweet friendly staff. I will definitely be back to Blush the next time that I need a fill-in. They are a great nail shop, but be sure to make an appointment because they are a bit small compared to others and tend to be VERY busy.