I went here and I had a bad experience. I waited and waited to get helped and they didnt help me. Of course, I was a walk-in, but they told me that they would get to me, but they never did. So I just walked out. Will probably never go back to this salon.
I went into Bliss Nails on Friday. I asked for an acrylic full set w/gel paint & color change on my toes, reg polish. The salon is clean & spacious- beautiful really. The nail techs were nice & hospitable. But that's were the excellence of my experience ends. They upsold me doing the nail dip over gel & they push it hard. The tech assigned 2 me did not glue the fake nails onto my real nails correctly; as there is a gap btw my real nail and the fake nail. She cut my pinkie finger with scissors trying 2 shape the nail extension that she had already glued to my hand. It was not a small cut as the whole process came 2 a halt 2 deal w/ the fact that I was bleeding. While filing my nails, she rubbed my the skin around 2 nails raw w/ the emery board. I ask for a subtle length, which was ignored, & so I acquiesced 2 a longer length bc by this point I had been in the salon for at least 2 hours.Then while the top coat was drying, it clouded up & looked terrible. Another tech came over & explained 2 me that the humidity- which is beyond their control- can make the top coat cloud up really bad. So they used a nail file to scratch off the murky top coat and paint over it again. Ruining the glossy clean look that you are paying a nail tech2 provide- on 6 of 10 nails no less. In spite of the fact that the more season nail tech saw and witnessed the whole manicure and was aware of the fact that several errors occurred during my 3 hours in their salon, she still felt it was appropriate to charge me full price. I went back on Monday 2 have them reshape my nails bc they were too long for practicality. The seasoned tech trimmed down the length but did not care 2 make sure that the nail tops were straight anymore, used a high powered nail drill 2 sand more skin raw 2 blister, & when she noticed the gaps between my real nails and the fake nails decided that instead of offering 2 correct the issue properly, she would just shove enough nail glue down the tops 2 fill the gap.Beware
I decided to give this place a try. I walked in to a clean, well maintained salon. The decor is different from most other nail salons. It was bright and inviting. My nail tech greeted me and was friendly. I showed her a picture of what I wanted, a very simple solid color with one accent finger done in a glitter type polish. She picked out the polishes and began to work on my nails. When she began clipping and shaping my nails, I noticed she wasn't doing a very good job. When she completed the shaping she showed me my nails and asked for approval on the shape and length. I appreciated that. However, the nails were uneven in length and each one was longer on one side than the other. I asked her to correct them and that's when things changed. She did correct them but the second time around, they were still rough to the touch. Sharp on the ends if you will. She corrected that at my request. The solid color went on fine. She then applied the glitter polish and it was transparent. I asked if she had a different polish.Then she tells me she's going to charge me $2 extra for this glitter powder. She never explained she was using something that would cost me extra. When she finished applying it, I noticed it was very rough and not smooth at all. She said that's just how it is, it's glitter. I explained that wasn't okay. She then filed/buffed the polish and put a clear coat over it. That solved the problem. However, she missed a spot on the side of my nail completely, that I had to ask her to fix and then while my solid shellac color was being applied, she bumped my finger and smudged it. I pointed out the flaw and she said, "it's okay, it's shellac, it won't be noticeable." Well, she's wrong. Where she bumped it, is matte, where as the rest of the nail has a sheen to it. It's been 2 days since I was there and the glitter polish is almost all of the way off. My solid color is chipping and coming off. I would advise against this salon until their techs get better.
This is an amazing salon with wonderful customer service and very talented staff. If you look closely to the "bad" reviews, they are written by someone who made their account the same day, only left one bad review for this business, and have never reviewed anyone else. Seems fishy to me, maybe a jealous competitor or something? I felt like this needed to be said from someone who is a customer, and a REAL reviewer. Give Shear Voltage a try and leave an honest review of your experience.
I go in every three weeks to get a cut and beard trim. Since day 1 these ladies have invited me in and have been very professional yet personal with me at the same time. I feel very welcomed every time I come in and could not get a better cut elsewhere. I would highly recommend this place. They are booked out usually two weeks for a reason- quality service and quality work etc. I get compliments on my hair everywhere I go thanks to shear voltage:)
I have been going to Shear Voltage for many years. The stylists are welcoming and professional. They also are very knowledgable about current hair trends and products. I've never had a bad cut, color, or spray tan and have received numerous compliments on my hair. I wouldn't think of going anywhere else!
The stylist are genuine and listen to what you want! I get my hair, eyebrows, and spray tan done at Shear Voltage! They do a great job and aim to please! I even used them as my wedding stylists! There is no way I would go anywhere else!!
Great products and the best stylist everyone should go
This place is great! I go there every two weeks and can’t think of going anywhere else. Highly recommend to anyone looking for a new place.
I have been going to this salon for years! The people are wonderful and always take great care of me each time. I’d definitely recommend to anyone looking for a new place.