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I went to Good Nail today to get a mani/pedi. I got my pedi first. The pedi was good until it was time to get my toes painted. The outcome was mediocre. I could have done better if I had done it myself. For my manicure, I wanted acrylics. The nail tech was rushing the whole time. She let the acrylic touch my skin too long on BOTH thumbs and it burned like crazy. She didn't cut my natural nails before she glued the tips on, so my real nails are visible through the acrylic. The acrylic nails are not wide enough to cover my whole nail, so you can see my real nails peeking out of the sides. There wasn't very much variety in terms of tips. They just assume you want square tips. That's probably all they have supplied. I didn't notice until I left that I had tiny bubbles on all of my nails, I think because she didn't let the gel coat dry before she put on a second layer. My nails are not all the same length. There's even a little black speck that is trapped in the acrylic and can't be removed. And a couple of hours after I left the salon, my nails are hurting quite a bit. I will be getting them removed and will be refunded tomorrow. I learned today that this place is what's called a discount salon. No more discount salons for me. I spent $35 on this manicure. Ladies, when it comes to your nails, you get what you pay for. If you are going to go to this place, I recommend going at a time when the techs are most likely to take their time and not rush, like early in the day during the week. I, however, will not be returning. I will go to an appointment only salon from now on.

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I went to Good Nail today to get a mani/pedi. I got my pedi first. The pedi was good until it was time to get my toes painted. The outcome was mediocre. I could have done better if I had done it myself. For my manicure, I wanted acrylics. The nail tech was rushing the whole time. She let the acrylic touch my skin too long on BOTH thumbs and it burned like crazy. She didn't cut my natural nails before she glued the tips on, so my real nails are visible through the acrylic. The acrylic nails are not wide enough to cover my whole nail, so you can see my real nails peeking out of the sides. There wasn't very much variety in terms of tips. They just assume you want square tips. That's probably all they have supplied. I didn't notice until I left that I had tiny bubbles on all of my nails, I think because she didn't let the gel coat dry before she put on a second layer. My nails are not all the same length. There's even a little black speck that is trapped in the acrylic and can't be removed. And a couple of hours after I left the salon, my nails are hurting quite a bit. I will be getting them removed and will be refunded tomorrow. I learned today that this place is what's called a discount salon. No more discount salons for me. I spent $35 on this manicure. Ladies, when it comes to your nails, you get what you pay for. If you are going to go to this place, I recommend going at a time when the techs are most likely to take their time and not rush, like early in the day during the week. I, however, will not be returning. I will go to an appointment only salon from now on.

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