Happy Beauty Salon

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Neighborhood: University District

Wonderful place to get a fabulous quick styled haircut!
The best on the "AVE". Personal service. I have been going there for years. Say Hello to Linda Nguyen! Take Care,

Love,

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★★★★★

Neighborhood: University District

Wonderful place to get a fabulous quick styled haircut!
The best on the "AVE". Personal service. I have been going there for years. Say Hello to Linda Nguyen! Take Care,

Love,

Pros: Quality male haricuts and beard trim, reasonable price

Cons: Some waiting required frequently

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Unprofessional, unhygienic, and astoundingly rude, I can't believe this place is allowed to operate under such dysfunctional standards.
There were no customers in the place when I walked in--which should have tipped me off. An old, round, lady and a youngish woman were watching foreign television when I entered. I was barely greeted, instructed to sit at a table, and the old lady got to work while the other woman disappeared. She started sawing at my fingernails as if she were cutting down a tree. Painful, back and forth strokes, the process was miserable and silent--the woman spoke zero words to me. After what felt like forever the younger woman came out and started snipping at my cuticles while talking to other woman in another language. She sawed at my nails for a while and sprayed stuff on them and finally asked what color I wanted. I looked down and saw that three of my fingers were bleeding. I said, "I don't think I feel comfortable continuing...you made my nails bleed." No apologies from this manicurist, she looked annoyed and said, "It'll stop soon." My pinkie and both ring fingers were bleeding painfully around my snipped cuticles. "I don't think it's safe to put polish on top of bleeding," I offered, "Um, how much do I owe you for what you've done so far?" The woman seemed a little surprised that I was turning down polish in favor of my hygiene. "$2," she said, and while I searched my purse for change the two woman started rambling in their language again. "All I have is $1.75," I offered, growing more uncomfortable. The woman got up and shouted, "Excuse me! $1.75! No good! You must pay! Give me credit card." I was startled and said, "Well, ok, but I didn't think you would want to run such a small charge on a card." She snatched my change, pulled the card out of my hand, and angrily ran it through the machine. She charged me $6.75. "I thought it was $2," I said, nervously, hoping she would at least give me back my change "SIGN," The woman tossed a pen at me. I desperately wanted to get out of the situation so I didn't press it: I signed, I walked out, it ruined my day.
This woman is a thief, a liar, and a terrible business woman. Anyone with any customer service skills would be embarrassed that their client was bleeding, much less charge them for their shoddy service. With no apologies she injured my nails, charged me incorrectly, and lost her temper. I noticed no nail dryer and no instrument sanitizer which only fuels my paranoia that I'm going to develop some nasty infection. Stay as far away from this place as you can and TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS.

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★☆☆☆☆

Unprofessional, unhygienic, and astoundingly rude, I can't believe this place is allowed to operate under such dysfunctional standards.
There were no customers in the place when I walked in--which should have tipped me off. An old, round, lady and a youngish woman were watching foreign television when I entered. I was barely greeted, instructed to sit at a table, and the old lady got to work while the other woman disappeared. She started sawing at my fingernails as if she were cutting down a tree. Painful, back and forth strokes, the process was miserable and silent--the woman spoke zero words to me. After what felt like forever the younger woman came out and started snipping at my cuticles while talking to other woman in another language. She sawed at my nails for a while and sprayed stuff on them and finally asked what color I wanted. I looked down and saw that three of my fingers were bleeding. I said, "I don't think I feel comfortable continuing...you made my nails bleed." No apologies from this manicurist, she looked annoyed and said, "It'll stop soon." My pinkie and both ring fingers were bleeding painfully around my snipped cuticles. "I don't think it's safe to put polish on top of bleeding," I offered, "Um, how much do I owe you for what you've done so far?" The woman seemed a little surprised that I was turning down polish in favor of my hygiene. "$2," she said, and while I searched my purse for change the two woman started rambling in their language again. "All I have is $1.75," I offered, growing more uncomfortable. The woman got up and shouted, "Excuse me! $1.75! No good! You must pay! Give me credit card." I was startled and said, "Well, ok, but I didn't think you would want to run such a small charge on a card." She snatched my change, pulled the card out of my hand, and angrily ran it through the machine. She charged me $6.75. "I thought it was $2," I said, nervously, hoping she would at least give me back my change "SIGN," The woman tossed a pen at me. I desperately wanted to get out of the situation so I didn't press it: I signed, I walked out, it ruined my day.
This woman is a thief, a liar, and a terrible business woman. Anyone with any customer service skills would be embarrassed that their client was bleeding, much less charge them for their shoddy service. With no apologies she injured my nails, charged me incorrectly, and lost her temper. I noticed no nail dryer and no instrument sanitizer which only fuels my paranoia that I'm going to develop some nasty infection. Stay as far away from this place as you can and TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS.

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There were no customers in the place when I walked in--which should have tipped me off. I was barely greeted, instructed to sit at a table, and an old lady got to work. She started sawing at my fingernails as if she were cutting down a tree. Painful, back and forth strokes, the process was miserable and silent--the woman spoke 0 words to me. After what felt like forever the younger woman came out and sawed at my nails for a while and finally asked what color I wanted. I looked down and saw that three of my fingers were bleeding. I said, "I don't think I feel comfortable continuing...you hurt my nails." No apologies from this manicurist, she looked annoyed and said, "It'll stop soon." My pinkie and both ring fingers were bleeding painfully around my snipped cuticles. "I don't think it's safe to put polish on top of bleeding," I offered, "Um, how much do I owe you for what you've done so far?" The woman seemed a little surprised that I was turning down polish in favor of my hygiene. "$2," she said, and while I searched my purse for change the two woman started rambling in their language again. "All I have is $1.75," I offered, growing more uncomfortable. The woman got up and shouted, "Excuse me! $1.75! No good! You must pay! Give me credit card." I was startled and said, "Well, ok, but I didn't think you would want to run such a small charge on a card." She snatched my change, pulled the card out of my hand, and angrily ran it through the machine. She charged me $6.75. "I thought it was $2," I said, nervously, hoping she would at least give me back my change "SIGN," The woman tossed a pen at me. I wanted to get out of the situation so I didn't press it: I signed, I walked out, it ruined my day. Stay as far away from this place as you can and TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS.

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There were no customers in the place when I walked in--which should have tipped me off. I was barely greeted, instructed to sit at a table, and an old lady got to work. She started sawing at my fingernails as if she were cutting down a tree. Painful, back and forth strokes, the process was miserable and silent--the woman spoke 0 words to me. After what felt like forever the younger woman came out and sawed at my nails for a while and finally asked what color I wanted. I looked down and saw that three of my fingers were bleeding. I said, "I don't think I feel comfortable continuing...you hurt my nails." No apologies from this manicurist, she looked annoyed and said, "It'll stop soon." My pinkie and both ring fingers were bleeding painfully around my snipped cuticles. "I don't think it's safe to put polish on top of bleeding," I offered, "Um, how much do I owe you for what you've done so far?" The woman seemed a little surprised that I was turning down polish in favor of my hygiene. "$2," she said, and while I searched my purse for change the two woman started rambling in their language again. "All I have is $1.75," I offered, growing more uncomfortable. The woman got up and shouted, "Excuse me! $1.75! No good! You must pay! Give me credit card." I was startled and said, "Well, ok, but I didn't think you would want to run such a small charge on a card." She snatched my change, pulled the card out of my hand, and angrily ran it through the machine. She charged me $6.75. "I thought it was $2," I said, nervously, hoping she would at least give me back my change "SIGN," The woman tossed a pen at me. I wanted to get out of the situation so I didn't press it: I signed, I walked out, it ruined my day. Stay as far away from this place as you can and TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS.

Pros: None

Cons: Egregious behavior from the manicurist, avoid this place at all cost.

 

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