Classy Nails

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  • 6537 S Staples St # 100

    Corpus Christi, TX 78413

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  • 361-992-9972

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I am new in town and have been looking for a "regular" nail place and thought I'd try out this one due to the first review. I needed to get my previous set removed and have a new set put on. Walking in I thought I'd found a good place, the set up was nicer than most salons, and I was promptly greeted and taken to a nail tech. I told them that I wanted to have my nails SOAKED off and get a new set. Once I sat down, a man and woman began clipping and prying off my nails! I'll insert here that I have very thin natural nails, but I've never had my nails removed without soaking them in acetone first - anywhere! A couple of them came off fairly easy but the majority of them basically were ripped off - and the guy tore one of my nails half way down the nail bed, which then of course caused it to bleed. I pulled my hand away with the acrylic nail still partially attached. They wanted to continue prying it off, but I refused and asked if they would just soak it off, which they seemed to reluctantly do as if it were a new concept. The other nails that survived were completely torn up, despite the filling they did to try and smooth them out. Once the acrylic was removed, I tried to get the girl to let me go wash off the blood, but she kept insisting that it was just under the finger nail (which...either way wouldn't you want to remove it so it doesn't show through the acrylic?). She did dab it with alcohol, which revealed to me that there was a tear halfway down the nail bed and was easily lifted back when I was inspecting it. She wanted to go ahead and put an acrylic nail on the finger, but I basically had to convince her that I didn't want to put glue and acrylic on top of a wound that was still bleeding! Most of the nails that did get done show the damage to the actual nails underneath the acrylic. The girl kept telling me that I could come in after a couple of days to have the damaged nail fixed at no cost, but I'd rather pay someone else to fix one nail than potentially have any other mishaps at Classy Nails.

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I am new in town and have been looking for a "regular" nail place and thought I'd try out this one due to the first review. I needed to get my previous set removed and have a new set put on. Walking in I thought I'd found a good place, the set up was nicer than most salons, and I was promptly greeted and taken to a nail tech. I told them that I wanted to have my nails SOAKED off and get a new set. Once I sat down, a man and woman began clipping and prying off my nails! I'll insert here that I have very thin natural nails, but I've never had my nails removed without soaking them in acetone first - anywhere! A couple of them came off fairly easy but the majority of them basically were ripped off - and the guy tore one of my nails half way down the nail bed, which then of course caused it to bleed. I pulled my hand away with the acrylic nail still partially attached. They wanted to continue prying it off, but I refused and asked if they would just soak it off, which they seemed to reluctantly do as if it were a new concept. The other nails that survived were completely torn up, despite the filling they did to try and smooth them out. Once the acrylic was removed, I tried to get the girl to let me go wash off the blood, but she kept insisting that it was just under the finger nail (which...either way wouldn't you want to remove it so it doesn't show through the acrylic?). She did dab it with alcohol, which revealed to me that there was a tear halfway down the nail bed and was easily lifted back when I was inspecting it. She wanted to go ahead and put an acrylic nail on the finger, but I basically had to convince her that I didn't want to put glue and acrylic on top of a wound that was still bleeding! Most of the nails that did get done show the damage to the actual nails underneath the acrylic. The girl kept telling me that I could come in after a couple of days to have the damaged nail fixed at no cost, but I'd rather pay someone else to fix one nail than potentially have any other mishaps at Classy Nails.

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