based on 7 reviews
219 Broadway E Ste 29
Seattle, Wa 98102
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If your looking for a reasonable non-fancy spa mani & pedi (~$30), this place is fine, but I've been to better ones. I called ahead to find out if I needed an appointment, and the man who answered said I should make one. I asked for one at 3:15 PM and he said they couldn't do 3:15, but could do 3:30 PM. My friend and I get there, and end up having to wait 15 minutes for our "appointment" time.Color selection was okay, but have seen way bigger assortment of colors at other shops. They had a mix of OPI and other brands I have not heard of or seen before.Work done on hands and feet looked nice. (The paint on my feet still looks great and I was there on 12/30!) My only complaint would be that not much was done to buff and brush the dry skin on my heels, which other places have done better for me.
I've treated myself to a pedicure here twice (a month apart) and I felt the service was excellent both times. I love that they take walk-ins and that I'm in and out in less than an hour. It depends on how long you let your nails dry. I say that the pedicures are worth every penny, especially since I got the most recent one after two weeks of trudging around Europe in hot & humid weather and came back to Seattle with completely exhausted & neglected soles. I highly recommend this spot for a pedicure! the only reason I took off a star is due to the lack luster massage portion.
This place is simply gawdawful. The service isn't bad at all, mind you. Their prices are also reasonable. I had my nails filled and one repaired there. The next night, the repair broke. Then the day after that, another nail broke. The third day? You guessed it. Third breakage. I ended up going somewhere else to get them repaired. I also had a pedicure there, and seriously, while the lady did a wonderful job painting my nails, my soles were like sandpaper. Basically, I won't go back. Ever. No matter how busy my regular salon is.
the bf took me here three mondays ago for a surprise pedi date. i pretended to be insulted that he thought i had crusty feet but couldn't be mad when my calves were being massaged. hell, i even let him pick out the polish color (as long as it's red, honey ;D).the male tech was awesome. he really got down to the nitty gritty on buffing my soles. it was hard to not be ticklish though! oh man good luck if you're as sensitive as i am. thanks, my asian bretheren, i'll probably be back soon!
I went here with a friend tonight looking for manicures. This salon seemed clean enough and there wasn't a too strong chemical smell. We came here at 650 pm and were seen right away. I told the lady to cut all my cuticle and she did a good job with them (although if you are a person with sensitive skin and nails, don't ask them to do this because she was actually a little rough.) I got a relatively good paint job as well. Afterwards we were told to sit and dry our nails under the uv light. 5 minutes later, 15 minutes before their closing time, the manager came by and pretty much told us to leave so they could close early. Um, rude. So we leave, and big surprise, my nails smudge and the paint got all messed up, DUH, they weren't dried by the time I was forced to leave. The mediocre manicure I got here can't override the horrible service. I won't come back here.
Finally! A decent nail place on Broadway. I needed a mani-ped in an hour and they delivered. It's your basic dive nail salon located upstairs in that Broadway complex that houses Hana (everyone's favorite sushi parlor). I had the male nail technician and he was really thorough and steady. He definitely knew what he was doing and he gives the best leg and arm massages. We didn't say much but he was good about getting me out the door with nails dry in time for my next engagement. For $32, I was pretty happy with the service and the results.