Unique Nails & Spa
4009 John Ben Shepperd Pkwy, Odessa, TX 79762
Screw Legacy and Oasis nails. Bunch of hungry non english rude and fake people. They treat you according to the crowd. If its busy then be expected to be herded like cows. I understand that with every business upselling is a must in order to make money. But these people have absolutely no clue on how to explain to me what is in the damn pedicures that costs around $50-$80. If you want me to put out that much money then be able to tell me what is it. Just don't be mumbling the descriptions to me. Ugh!
Jimmy and Becky have worked in odessa for more then 5 years. And damn it they are damn good people. And guess what ??? i Think they have recruited such an awesome
staff. All speak perfect english, young, experienced, and fun.
Now and days its hard to get good quality work. But Unique nails with every visit never fails to make me happy. They are consistent.
I've never had a problem with them, honestly they are very nice people and always try to keep me and my friends comfortable. They keep their supplies very clean and neat. They have a nice system going on, yes sometimes they get confused but they always strive to meet my needs. I recommend going here. Very nice, soothing place. Nice atmosphere and nice music. They don't understand English very well but they have a nice young lady who is there often to translate. Love it here. Coming back soon!
Do Not Go Here!!! This place was run by Kim and Chay. They had the salon in Wal-Mart until they opened up a shop by Jersey Girl Pizza. I had been going to them to get my nails done for 8 years. They were like family and it was a real positive atmosphere. Everything changed when these new peope took over the place. They give you fake names becuse they think we are to stupid to say their vietnamese names. They leave right in the middle of doing your nails to go smoke or talk on their cell phones. They constantly have their earbuds in so even if you wanted to say something they wouldn't hear you anyways. They fight with eachother on whose turn it is to help the next customer. I don't speak vietnamese but you can tell when someone is having a civil or hostile conversation. They spent all their money to make the place look like some big time spa and let customer service walk right out the door. They act like they don't understand english when they are trying to push more expensive services on you. I'm pretty sure &quot;No&quot; is a pretty easy word to pick up. They do it anyway and then have no problem asking for the $100 in perfect english. After 8 years of going someplace you would think that would mean something. They can't even remember what name they give themselves for each customer so it's different everytime. I also wasn't thrilled when my 2 year old was with me and they offered to make me a margarita. Yeah have a few drinks, get your nails done, and drive your kid home. That makes a lot of sense.