- Mon - Fri
- 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Updated: 5/10/2014Posted: 5/10/2014
If you want to go to an overpriced salon with low quality nail polish, come here!! $85 for a regular pedi and a sloppy shellac french tip and I have lint heated on my nails bc of the brush she was using was old and ragged. She totally rushed on me and they lost a customer looking for a salon to go to every 2 weeks. It would have been so convenient because they're down the street from me. 'll take my business somewhere I can be treated like a paying customer. Never coming back.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 10/29/2010
This place is fantastic. I love the artwork they can do to my nails. The cobwebs for Halloween are fabulous! Ask for Kevin if you want a non-ticklish pedicure, Nancy for meticulous silks, Loan for a wicked leg massage, BB or Denny for all work and no talk,
- Posted: 6/25/2010
Ya, I like this spa because I feel relax when I come here and it is most trustable. My feet were very ruff before two or three months ago but now it’s fine and gives a nice look like a miracle.
- Posted: 5/16/2010
I have gone to places and spent $80 on a pedi that lasted 2 days before polish peeled off. At Jolie Nail Spa my polish lasted for 2 months! I am not kidding. I brought my husband in to get his feet taken care of and they gave him some special ointment for his foot fungus. Took it right away. They really are amazing gals and they have a lot of fun too! Smiles all around. Relaxing place with good company.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 12/28/2009
The thing I like most about this salon is that it does not reek of polish, so that way I can relax. They take care of me, by making sure I am happy and if there are any mistakes they fix it right away. I have moved to the other side of town and will still make the drive over.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 7/27/2008
Maybe I got a bad pedicurist on a bad day. But she was utterly distracted the whole time, not looking at my feet, chatting with her coworkers left and right. As a result, at one point, she was using a brush on my feet -- not on the soles, but on the upper part with tender skin -- and since she wasn't looking, she scraped me. My skin was red and it actually stung a bit when I put the foot back into the water. At first I thought I was imagining this, but then she started doing the same to the other foot. I asked her to be gentler and she stopped all together. At the end, when I was drying the nail polish, I noticed that one of the toes was smeared. I had to ask one of her coworkers (she'd stepped out) for some disposable flip-flops and there was a bit of a language barrier, but at least that coworker noticed the smear, redid that toenail, and finally understood about the flipflops. I wouldn't recommend this place, which is unfortunate -- it's in a convenient shopping area...