Feel free to skip this place.
The place is extremely cute. They have large white chairs and couches to sit on and it is really fun for events. That is why I gave a star.
However, these chicks do not know how to do nails. For the price that you pay to go here you would expect a decent paint job. I paid $75 for a mani/pedi and my nails looked blochy and aweful. I have gotten a better mani/pedi at a hole-in-the-wall place for $30. This place is not worth it if your looking to have your nails look decent.
This shabby chic spa leaves visitors plucked, painted and prettied.. In Short Ladies (and some gentlemen, too) fill the oversized white chairs of this adorably decorated salon mainly to indulge their tired hands and feet with treatments such as the Le Creme special: a lavender or eucalyptus oil massage, peppermint salt scrub, lotion and nail painting ($15 for a manicure, $28 for a pedicure). The spa also offers waxing services with tea tree cream wax at very reasonable prices.