Atlanta >Midtown Nails
“its a great place to pamper ur hands and feet.”
“They seem to be more interested in turning chairs around than providing the customer with good service and skilled technicians.”
“always go in for a mani/pedi in one of their spa chairs, and I get great results and great value.”
I like Midtown Nails and used for them several years. The only problem I would have is the staff seems to change of alot. and they do not seem as experienced.
They seem to be in a hurry when they do my treatments.
Midtown Nails. This used to be the best nail salon in town. But now they are too crowded and the service and quality has dropped. Many of the best nail techs no longer work there. I am hoping for a turn around.
Great manicure. passed by this strip mall and decided to get a manicure...they opened up early for me, great manicure, lady talked to me the whole time very friendly and it was only $10. perfect
Editorial Review. Massaging chairs and a great selection of magazines make for a great mani-pedi experience.
OUCH!. I used to love this place but the skill and service has gone down hill in the last year -- dramatically down hill. They seem to be more interested in turning chairs around than providing the customer with good service and skilled technicians. PLUS, to make matters worse I am now nursing a nail infection (albeit a minor one) from where they cut me too close. Sadly, this is the 2nd time I've had a nail infection there and I hadn't been there in 6 months because of the first one. I went back out of convenience hoping that my last experience was a fluke. Unfortunately I was wrong. It's sad... this really used to be a nice place.
spa Mani/Pedi is best deal in town. I love my $28 spa mani/pedi at Midtown Nail. The last time I went in, I brought the Jessana nail polish that I received when I got a mani/pedi at the Canyon Ranch Day Spa at the Venetian in Las Vegas. Seriously, Midtown Nail did as good a job with my nails as Canyon Ranch did and it lasted twice as long ... for a fraction of the price!
I am a regular. I always go in for a mani/pedi in one of their spa chairs, and I get great results and great value. The management tries to maintain a high standard of consistency and artistry in the large staff, making sure they all follow the same procedures for each service provided. Most always I get a very nice, tasteful looking American manicure that lasts 1-2 weeks depending on how much I abuse it, and the corresponding American pedicure will not need to be redone for 3-4 weeks. They are very careful, and they use sterilizers for equipment. The staff is usually pleasant and friendly, although some of them speak better english than others. It's always a relaxing break. They do a nice shoulder massage and massage lotion into arms, hands, legs, feet. They have an excellent drying table so you can leave there completely dry, without worrying about mussing your new polish.
Poor skills & product. I got a full set of solar nails (pink & white) here and was extremely disappointed. They turned yellow about an hour after I got home. The white tips were uneven and the tech. put the powder on too thick. It might have been the nail tech. that I was with, but still, I'm never going back. I soaked them off.
Great Value for Pedicures. This is the best value Ive found for a pedicure around town. It charges the same amount as other walk-in places (around $15), but they give pedicures that are close to if not equal to high-priced spa ones. The polish didnt even start to chip until two weeks had gone by. With this around, I'll never spend $40 at a spa.
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