I have been going here since the day they have opened. I been planing on writing a review for a long time, and finally here it is I love this salon for many different reasons and I would not/will not go anywhere else. I know I am a difficult customer and I am always coming with this or that nail broken, or even after day or so I changed my mind about the color. Everyone in the salon are always friendly, great service, even when I go for a drop-in 99% of the time they take me in. All of the girls take time to get to know you, your needs and likes. I love coming here to get great service and enjoy catching up with the girls.
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Great knowledgeable owners and staff would recommend to everyone who needs camping, army, navy supplis, patches, knives, guns, you name it they have…
This place is, by no means, cheap. However, if your looking for quality this is the place for you. The things I like about this salon: *Has multiple UV-Free Options, including VersaTan (TRY IT!) *All beds have facials (including levels 1’s!) *Great Customer Service from Top-down… if you ever have a problem, you can call the headquarters directly and they are more than accommodating. *Directly withdraws membership free from bank account or cc *Quality products, but never forceful on making a sale. * Amazing specials running all the time~ You can even find a coupon for 1st time users on their website.
Got my Hair Cut by Jason for my birthday Feb 3rd and I have never had so many compliments or loved fixing my hair. It is sharp, sexy, easy and I feel younger just wearing my own hair. Not an easy feeling these days. I am going in for a color this time and am hopful I will be just as please. I see some negative comments on color but it is just hair and it will grow, plus when I don't like a color I get I go back for the person to fix it. It is only fair to the artist to give them the opportunity. As a lay person I just don't talk hair so sometimes communication is key. Love the Hair perfume I splurged on.
Though this place isn't an upscale posh spa for getting your nails done, nothing beats the expertise for the price you pay. I got a special manicure with a full set of acrylics for $27 which Is almost unheard of in Atlanta. The woman who did them was quite pleasant and literally replicated the Pinterest photo I showed her. The shape and length of the nails were perfection. I'd recommend this place to anyone else who needed something done quickly and efficiently. They fit me in and I was done in an hour, in perfect time for New Year's Eve. Anyone who goes there should request Laura. I will be next time I go!
Atlanta's Patagonia store is a gem hidden on East Andrews Drive in Buckhead. There's so much to love about this store but you better bring a thick wallet. Patagonia's outdoor clothing and gear are great, as is their environmental stewardship but you'll pay the price for that quality and responsibility and I'm happy to do it - or come by for their seasonal sales. The staff is always friendly and more than willing to help and there's plenty of selection to spend a while browsing. Who needs the catalog when you can get it all right here?!
I always come here because it's close by. The salon is always very clean and the interior is nicely decorated; you can tell they take pride in it. They do get very busy, especially on Sundays, so try to make an appointment if you can. I've had many services here and usually they do a great job. I have had one occasion where the person doing my gel mani rushed through and one nail started peeling off two days later. (I did come back and they fixed it for free). Other than the one instance I have had quality service.
The movie theater in atlantic station is new, large, and pretty clean. They have stadium seating so it's easy to see the screen. Like most theaters, concessions are expensive, but they will give you a small cup for tap water. My one complaint is that they can be really crowded on weekends, especially at night. I know many theaters are the same, but some other theaters near midtown are usually a bit slower. If you want to see a movie on the weekend, I suggest you buy your ticket online or show up very early.
I used to love shopping at H & M years before it came to Atlanta. But now I don't find that I go here that often. They have good prices, and their clearance racks are amazingly cheap, though the sizes are sort of hit-or-miss and it's often really, really crowded. For someone who's a little older these days, it's weird being pushed around by a lot of little girl shoppers. Still they have decent styles for cheap, as long as you don't mind being one of 1,000 other people in Atlanta wearing the same thing.
One of the best nail salons in the city. Hammond consistently provides quality service. I would not write home about their massages during the mani/pedii, however, quality of the mani/pedi is going to be grade A. The salon is large and accommodating for groups. There typically is some wait time but it is always reasonable (unlike some salons where they tell you to pick your color and don't talk to you again for 30 minutes). Make sure and bring cash for tip and follow them on Facebook for specials/discounts!
I stopped in at this location in Atlantic Station to return a few items that I had purchased for my husband from online. To return by mail is absolutely ridiculous and time consuming so I figured it would be better to head to the store. Wrong!!! Took them about 15-20 mins just to return 3 items!! And the cashsier said this is normal!! Anyway I browsed the store while waiting and this store has nothing! Not a great selection at all. Explains y with even an additional 70% off sale it was still empty.