Rose Nails

★★☆☆☆

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I use to go to Rose Nails but recently stopped going. Ever since they changed management they have went straight down the drain from service to quality of work. So, I would not be recommending them any longer.

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★☆☆☆☆

I use to go to Rose Nails but recently stopped going. Ever since they changed management they have went straight down the drain from service to quality of work. So, I would not be recommending them any longer.

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THIS PLACE SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN. HOPEFULLY OSHA WILL WAKE UP AND DO SOMETHING ABOUT PLACES LIKE THESE!
Don't go there unless you want to inhale substances that the Manager is even unaware of. I asked for gel specifically because I am pregnant and requested no polish (because one third of name brand nail polishes have harmful substances so more caution should be taken when pregnant).

I was reading later that cheap salons use acrylic and then gel so they are not truly gel nails. Now, I had to be concerned for by unborn child. But what is cheap? After reading, $42 is too cheap for a set... I called and the manager, who can barely communicate in the English language, tells me "yes, we use acrylic and then gel". I said, well, "Is there MMA in the acrylic you buy?" He did not know. He just kept stating nad repeating "OPI". Well, there are a zillion OPI products, many with proven hazardous ingredients, but I could be lucky and hopefully they buy safer acrylic, with EMA (though no acrylic is safe), but I doubt it because it costs more and the set would have been closer to $60 - especially in the City.

I called back the next day to try to get an English speaker and asked another employee - "who was the manaufacturer of their acrylic?" so I could do my own research on that acrylic to see if it had MMA. She would not answer me and hung up on me! So, I suppose you would have your answer. Normally, a reputable salon would share the information of who manufacturers the products that they are using ---

IN FACT, don't most salons feel so good about the product that they are using that they try to sell it to you.

Either way, they performed a service on me that I did not want. We all know the harmful effects of MMA since the '70s so for the manager there not to know what this is and be running that shop is positively shameful and borders on criminal activity. MMA is illegal -- this is how dangerous it is. OSHA should be investigating this one... By law, the "salon" should have MSDS available on all their products. This place should be shut down. They do not know what they are doing.
They do not have knowledge on the services they are performing.
Now you have been warned.

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★☆☆☆☆

THIS PLACE SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN. HOPEFULLY OSHA WILL WAKE UP AND DO SOMETHING ABOUT PLACES LIKE THESE!
Don't go there unless you want to inhale substances that the Manager is even unaware of. I asked for gel specifically because I am pregnant and requested no polish (because one third of name brand nail polishes have harmful substances so more caution should be taken when pregnant).

I was reading later that cheap salons use acrylic and then gel so they are not truly gel nails. Now, I had to be concerned for by unborn child. But what is cheap? After reading, $42 is too cheap for a set... I called and the manager, who can barely communicate in the English language, tells me "yes, we use acrylic and then gel". I said, well, "Is there MMA in the acrylic you buy?" He did not know. He just kept stating nad repeating "OPI". Well, there are a zillion OPI products, many with proven hazardous ingredients, but I could be lucky and hopefully they buy safer acrylic, with EMA (though no acrylic is safe), but I doubt it because it costs more and the set would have been closer to $60 - especially in the City.

I called back the next day to try to get an English speaker and asked another employee - "who was the manaufacturer of their acrylic?" so I could do my own research on that acrylic to see if it had MMA. She would not answer me and hung up on me! So, I suppose you would have your answer. Normally, a reputable salon would share the information of who manufacturers the products that they are using ---

IN FACT, don't most salons feel so good about the product that they are using that they try to sell it to you.

Either way, they performed a service on me that I did not want. We all know the harmful effects of MMA since the '70s so for the manager there not to know what this is and be running that shop is positively shameful and borders on criminal activity. MMA is illegal -- this is how dangerous it is. OSHA should be investigating this one... By law, the "salon" should have MSDS available on all their products. This place should be shut down. They do not know what they are doing.
They do not have knowledge on the services they are performing.
Now you have been warned.

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Rose Nails has several salons right along Lincoln Avenue. Their salons always seem to be crowded and packed with customers, but I think that speaks highly to the quality service they provide. I have not been to Rose Nails in a while, since I no longer live within walking distance, but when I last went there, several years ago, they had nail specials on the weekdays.

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Rose Nails has several salons right along Lincoln Avenue. Their salons always seem to be crowded and packed with customers, but I think that speaks highly to the quality service they provide. I have not been to Rose Nails in a while, since I no longer live within walking distance, but when I last went there, several years ago, they had nail specials on the weekdays.

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