Horrible service. No hygiene products in bathroom! No toilet paper, hand wash, or paper towels. Staff had major attitude; unfriendly and uninviting. Staff member walking around bare foot. That is very unsanitary!
Great work. Very friendly atmosphere very clean will return. Will refer. Wouldn't go to any other place. I love these guys
This place was awful! I was cut twice by the manicurist. There was a woman blaring music on her phone with horrible language and I was forced to listen to it. The manager was too afraid to ask her to turn it down or put in head phones. When I asked her nicely to turn it down and she proceeded to cuss me and use the "F" word excessively. She threatened my sister and cussed even more. She had a small child with her listening to all of her nasty language. As for service, well that was horrible too. My sister sat with her feet in the foot bath for an hour and a half and still didn't get a pedicure! I will never go back!!!! As a matter of fact, there were four of us who went together and none of us will go back.
Service was horrible. I waited an hour before I was serviced. They took my money before they did anything. They are extremely rude. My polished did not last more than three days. Overall bad experience. I do not recommend this place if you do not believe in wasting your money.
Do not go to Nail Land in the bilo parking lot next to rainbow in Orangeburg off John C Calhoun. It's a rather new place. They are the rudest people to begin with! They take your money BEFORE service is done and then do crappy work and when u ask them to fix it they call the police saying you are disruptive. They have cheap polish and powder that does not even last until you get out the door!!! Unless u want to waste money don't go here!
I was touched inappropriately by the owner of this nail salon . He waited for the other customers to leave and put his hands on my breasts. Please do not go here !!!
DO NOT GO HERE!! Awful customer service and owner is the worst !! Really bad attitude as well, go elsewhere!
Me and a friend came here seeking some relaxation after the loss of a loved one. After sharing what our goal was during our pedicures, you would anticipate better service, compassion, consideration. It was the exact opposite. The limited number of staff and amazingly rude behavior is the worst I have ever experienced! I was asked to put my chair up so that I do not damage the wall,I was scolded for placing my purse on the side table of the chair, and as if it could not get any worse, the staff overcharged me and when I noticed she had put an extra service on my card she did not offer to give me my money back stating "you put it on a card so I do not know if we can get it back and proceeded to name off services for me so that she would not be "hassled" with the trouble of refunding my money that was her error in the first place. My mother always taught me, "if you can't say anything nice, do not say anything at all" but I pray no one ever has to go through an experience like this after losing a loved one.
I'm the husband of the previous reviewer (my wife) and don't typically review. I was so uptight by the lack of professionally and the way he handled my wife during our visit to his business I had to write. If I could rate this review a .5 or less I would. I asked the question, "Was the air working or turned on to a small frail man at the first manicure station after standing at the entrance while my wife chose a nail color? He responded by flinging one arm in the air with a displeasured tone for asking and said the air works but is going into the mall because the door was opened to his business. My initial thought was close the darn door. After the brief exchangr,wife asked me what did he say. I repeated his response to my wife and walked out HOT before I responded equally as inappropriate. After pondering this situation, because my wife would not let me return after she told me what happen to her. I believe this business owner needs a real lesson in customer service. It's apparent he believes he's the only nail salon in town. I cannot support businesses that don't have the customer first in their minds. If he were the only shop it town, I'd give my wife a pedicure myself and I don'tvknow how. Apparently, Mr. Lee don't know how either. His lack of service lost a potentially new customer today. Thanks to competition, DeVa Nails in Walmart gained a new one. Go anywhere, but here. HOT hubby!
Horrible customer service! While visiting, we decided to go to shopping. I bought some cute sandals so decided to get my toes done at this place. I shouldn't have ever sat down because the greeting by the man at the front booth lacked any enthusiasm. My husband asked about the air and it was downhill from there. The man responded with an attitude. My husband left and sat in the mall. Meanwhile I sat in the pedicure chair soaking my feet. I quickly realized that they were purposely skipping me. My water went from lukewarm to cold. The female technician acted as though she was mad at the world. I asked about moving my chair back because my legs are long. She pulled the arm down and pushed a few buttons without even acknowledging me. I thought she was going to do my feet. She washed her tools and rolled her stool next to my tub and left it. Finally after two more customers went before me, the male tech (who had finished a pedicure) was preparing to come to me. However he hadn't cleaned his tools nor had he cleaned the previous tub. I couldn't believe he wasn't going to clean his tools. I politely dried my feet and put my sandals back on. I walked over to the front man and told him that I felt they could've at least acknowledged me rather than ignoring me. I also told him that the water was now cold. He immediately got loud and said something about, " you and your husband came in here rude when you asked about the air." I responded that my husband accepted his answer earlier & went in the mall to sit. I also told him that I wasn't my husband. I told him I was visiting but wouldn't be back. He got louder and said something like, "this your first time, we have regular customers....we get busy...blah, blah." They do not need to be in business. They do not care about customers. One lady was in to get a nail fixed and he told her something like, "you wash in cold water next time." No one should patronize this business. I eventually went to the Da-Vi nail salon inside of the local Walmart. They were polite and we're glad to see customers. It is a night and day difference. It was a long wait but worth it!