Sakura Nail & Spa

★★★★★
  • 35 E 1st St E

    New York, NY 10003

    Cross street: nr. First Ave.

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  • 212-387-9161

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Tue-Sat, 10:30 am-8:30 pm; Sun, 11 am- 8 pm; Mon, closed
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Sakura specializes in Japanese style nail art. They do a wide range of designs, and only use organic nail polishes. I had previously gone to Valley Nail for a manicure, and while I was thrillled with the job they did, in comparison, Sakura is much better.

First off, Valley's nail art prices were more "vague", and it also turns out, more expensive . Valley is not a nail salon per se, but is located in a CLOTHING shop. I found the owner there to be a bit er....less gracious...than the folks at Sakura.

At Sakura, I found everybody there to be very polite. The nail art they did was terrific. It also doesn't hurt that all their polishes are organic. They also offered me tea, something that Valley did not do.

And in ADDITION, Sakura's prices are much better. After getting your nails done, they provide you with a little sheet of paper that breaks down all the charges for the manicure, the application of nail art, etc. At Valley, the manner in which they came up with the total charge was very confusing...I suspect purposefully ambiguous.

The only PRO to Valley is that they have a wider variety of nail embellishments to choose from (more crystals, gold monogrammed initials, etc). But I found that at Sakura, they have sufficient choices that you can get just as fabulous looking a manicure, for considerably less than Valley!

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★★★★★

Sakura specializes in Japanese style nail art. They do a wide range of designs, and only use organic nail polishes. I had previously gone to Valley Nail for a manicure, and while I was thrillled with the job they did, in comparison, Sakura is much better.

First off, Valley's nail art prices were more "vague", and it also turns out, more expensive . Valley is not a nail salon per se, but is located in a CLOTHING shop. I found the owner there to be a bit er....less gracious...than the folks at Sakura.

At Sakura, I found everybody there to be very polite. The nail art they did was terrific. It also doesn't hurt that all their polishes are organic. They also offered me tea, something that Valley did not do.

And in ADDITION, Sakura's prices are much better. After getting your nails done, they provide you with a little sheet of paper that breaks down all the charges for the manicure, the application of nail art, etc. At Valley, the manner in which they came up with the total charge was very confusing...I suspect purposefully ambiguous.

The only PRO to Valley is that they have a wider variety of nail embellishments to choose from (more crystals, gold monogrammed initials, etc). But I found that at Sakura, they have sufficient choices that you can get just as fabulous looking a manicure, for considerably less than Valley!

Pros: Nice customer service, good work, and they offer you tea

Cons: None

 

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