Solar Nail & Hair Salon
2737 W Martin Luther King Blvd, Fayetteville, AR 72704
Great mani/pedi experience and eyebrows have never looked better. I think some of the OLDER negative reviews are from before Amy owned this place. She's amazing, and has a great friendly staff. Definitely give them a try - I took my mom there for Mother's Day, and we were both very happy!
I've been going to this salon for over three years, I always leave happy. Amy does the best eyebrow waxing! Hands down! Everyone makes you feel welcomed, and it is always very clean. There is a new lady doing hair as well. I booked an appointment with her next week for some highlights! Overall, great place.
Do not go to this salon. The salon is dirty, under-staffed, and unprofessional. Two other patrons were persuaded with a promised discount if they agreed to wait for a nail tech. They waited so long that when the tech finally got started, the patrons had to leave. The tech still wanted to charge her for 5 minutes of work after making them wait 30+ minutes. I received a pedicure but refused to allow tech to finish the manicure when I got a glimpse of the dirty tools she was going to use. If I had noticed before, I wouldn't have had pedicure done. It was sub-par service and they still wanted to charge me $5 OVER their listed price. I will NEVER return.
We were left waiting for 2 hours until they even got to us and during our wait the m-massage chairs did not work and when they did they left bruises on our backs and they also had no designs or anything so I payed 25$ just to have something done that I could of done at home without the wait.....will never go back again!
I got my first gel manicure during Christmas break while I was out of town visiting family. It was awesome. After 3 weeks still no chips, but my nails were growing out and I needed a polish change, so when I returned to Fayetteville I visited Solar Nails upon a friend's recommendation. The nail tech didn't soak my nails long enough to get the polish off of a couple of them and instead scrapped it off, causing my nails to be damaged. Also, she was pretty sloppy with the new polish and didn't bother to clean up her handiwork. I did it myself when I got home. The worst part is that the next morning the polish started peeling off, I think because she didn't allow long enough between coats for it to cure, and by the end of the day every single nail was ruined. So I paid $30 for a manicure that destroyed two of my nails and didn't even last 24 hours. Apparently the friend who recommended the salon has had much better experiences there, but I won't be going back.