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About Us

We are dedicated to providing a memorable experience for each guest through exceptional service and technical excellence. We will go the extra mile to accomplish this mission with passion, expert advice, and the utmost professionalism and courtesy. Our friendly staff is committed to customer service and satisfaction. It is our focus to provide a place to restore peace of mind and capture a serene, relaxing experience just for you. We provide various options in nail care and pedicure services. Our spa conforms to the standards in sterilization for our equipment.
Thank you for your business, and we look forward to seeing you again!

What We Offer

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Pedicure

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Nail Enhancement

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Manicure

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Additional Services

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Kids Menu

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FAQs

How to book an appointment online?

Book your appointment by sending a notice to the salon manager’s email. Please mention your name, phone number, and the service(s) required.
We will respond to you and confirm your appointment.

How can i prevent the nail polish from staining my nails?

Nails often turn yellowish when a strong, pigmented polish is applied. To prevent pigmentation, make sure you put base coat on prior to applying the coloured polish so it acts as a barrier.
Or simply choose for a less potent colour

Why should i use cuticle oil?

Cuticle oil is used to moisturize the cuticle, skin and nail area. It can protect the cuticle and nail against damage and improve the health and appearance of the cuticles and nails.
Nail plates can get very dehydrated easily, but cuticle oil application is such an easy way to avoid this, leaving beautiful nails! Cuticle oil should not be used as a first-line of defence against dryness, but rather to fix extremely dry, cracked nails. It’s usually of natural, rapidly absorbing vegetable oils; cuticle oil can also contains vitamins

What causes your acrylic or gel nails to lift?

This can happen for many reasons. Acrylics take 24 – 48 hours to fully cure, and a slight knock during that time can cause the acrylics to lift.
Other reasons for lifting include: diseased nail plate, not maintaining regular infills, nicotine, fruit acids such as lemons, oranges, and other citrus fruits, harsh detergents, using a acetone based nail polish remover, medication, stress, misuse of nails, occupation, picking and biting, excessive use of oils and creams, or even just wearing the nail too long can cause lifting.

What is a pedicure?

A pedicure is a cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails, analogous to a manicure. Pedicures are done for cosmetic, therapeutic purposes. They are popular throughout the world and especially among women but has recently grown in popularity by men. Pedicures include care not only for the toenails; dead skin cells are scrubbed off the bottom of the feet using a rough stone. Your foot will then be treated to granular exfoliation, moisturizing, and a massage

What's the difference between tips and sculpture?

Plastic tips are placed on your natural nails and cut and filed to your desired length and shape before applying acrylic or gel.
Nail Sculptures differ on the other hand. Nail forms are placed at the tip of your nails and product is applied according to the desired length. While the product is drying, the nails will be pinched on the sides to give it more of a natural look. After the product has completely dried the nail form will be removed leaving you with a beautiful and natural nail shape. This system leaves you with a more durable set of nails compared to the tip system. However, this does take slightly longer and costs a few pounds more.

Can men have manicures or pedicures?

Absolutely. We’re a unisex brand and all treatments are available to you regardless of gender. We’ve noticed that most of our male clients book in for a classical manicure or classical pedicure without paint

What’s difference between gel nails and shellac nails?

A gel manicure and a Shellac manicure are essentially the same thing: long-lasting polishes cured under UV lamps. The difference is that “gel nails” or “gel manicure” is the generic term for any nails done under a UV lamp which includes shellac, whilst Shellac itself a brand of gel polish by the company Creative Nail Design (CND). It’s comparable to “Henry Hoover” which was so popular that people often call a vacuum cleaner a “Hoover”.

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Reviews

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Saundra A

Yelp

Marta is the best !!! I love the new changes

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Michelle Buchholz

Google

Nails So Happy always does an amazing job. I get pedicures, manicures and my nails gel dipped. I always leave happy. I just brought my son in with me today. He had a terrible ingrown toenail. They took care of it quickly and he is now pain free.

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Timothy Brumit

Google

Nail so happy is a good name for this place! I am happy and content with my nails every time I go here. They are very good at what they do and they do it in a timely manner. lots of colors to choose from. I think I’ll get a pedicure next time I go. Good job nail so happy

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Angela Jones

Facebook

The staff are always friendly and I enjoy the atmosphere. They do a great job on Mani/Pedi’s. Their prices are very reasonable. They are the only nail salon I have been going to for over 5 years.

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Susan S

Yelp

Thank you for the quick response and assisting me with this issue. It looks to possible be a glitch in the system. I really appreciate you help!!!

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Lisa Day

Facebook

Jenny is the best! I’ve been going to her for years and always have a wonderful experience!

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Haley Head

Google

been going here for forever. the lady who does my nails is amazing and funny. prices are fair and inexpensive. i always leave happy.

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Mick L

Yelp

Treat your wife she’ll enjoy getting pampered. Plus I wear boots and I have callused feet, ten minutes later and a foot massage later. My feet feel great.

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Tinna Vu

Facebook

Thank you! I had a great manicure.