2500 N Mayfair Rd, Milwaukee, WI | Directions 5322643.063950 -88.044370
Mon. - Sat. 10am - 9pm;Sun. 11am - 7pm
DO NOT EVER go to that SPA Nails in Mayfair Mall... i went there like an hour before they closed on fri.. charged $20 for a pedi + $5 for the nail paint then charged $15 for a mani + another $5 for that nail paint.. So my BF paid and took JR to walk around the mall. These thirsty ladies told me he only paid for the mani n not the paint so he gets back and im like i need another $5 not realizing they already charged him for it because they told me he only paid for the mani but yet he gave them $45. Instead of telling me she didnt have enough time to do my nails, this lady rushed through my nails, wasnt even going to even my nails out until I said something. rushed through it then was like OK IM DONE and started balancing her book and left for the night. Didnt ask my opinion.. TELL ME WHY my cuticles still all jagedy and the paint already came off my nails.. Not to mention there is still plenty dead skin on the heel of my foot.. IMA GO SNAP ON THESE MFS AFTER WORK.!! Not to mention the mfs harass u for the money before theyre even done. Talkin bout U PAY NOW.
I actually think my Eyebrow technician is Awesome at Four seasons , i think her name is amy , she always does a great job . but the nails for a full set ect , i would have to agree with the Ladies the tips came off within a week and i just didnt care for the way they do ur nails . smh. and for a pedi , i have my own personal foot massager / wash tub i use at home that i do then i would just get my toes painted at a nail shop and this usually works out for me .
They use those cheese grater instruments to "shave off" the callus, this is illegal. They cut the side of my nail & pulled to the cuticle!
I have been to four seasons nails a few dozen times. Now that I have read some of the reviews, it has wakened me up to the fact that I should have stopped going there a while ago. I use to get fake nails but I had to stop. I have had manicures, pedicures and eye brows done. I too have had some rough experiences done where my cuticles on my hands and feet would bleed. I was thinking about getting the fake nails back but based on these reviews, I will do my own nails. I too am surprised they are still in business.
The pedicure gave me an ingrown! – It was close to sandal season and I wanted a pedicure quickly. The pedicure stations were typical-- massage type and with a foot soak. I had a male technician who didn't speak to me, which I didn't mind at all. But what I did mind was that he did not take any of my advice. When I flinched, he continued. I ended up giving him some tips since it's what I do, but he gave me a nasty glare as I left.
A few days after the pedicure, my big toe started to feel swollen. And it was! I ended up with an ingrown toenail on my right toe. I never had one before from other places, so it was a big turn off. I will never return to that place, even if I was desperate.
Horrible nail technicians don't speak English and don't give you what you want! – I went here to get my nails done for my engagement dinner so I could try this place out in preparation for possible use on my wedding day. Big mistake! First off all of the Asians here do not speak English, even very basic words they were having serious difficulty understanding. I told them I did *not* want a French Manicure and definately no fake nails. What did I end up with? A French manicure with fake nails! WTF.. by the time I figured out what the hell they were doing it was already too late and the first few nails were done. I never have had a manicure before and they did not "guide" me or tell me what on earth they were doing the whole time, just went ahead with their very ROUGH manicure (and they were very rough! drawing plasma (ok why does citysearch censor the word bl00d? wtf?) on an occasion). I would *never* in my life go to this place again. Makes me wonder how they are still in business!
Not as clean as I originally thought! – My first experience getting a pedicure here as good, good price, good service, quick. That is why I returned for a second pedicure. However, my second experience here raised some red flags. I witnessed one customer follow another at a predicure station without the foot bath being cleaned and the same towel being used for both customers. I also witnessed my technician reuse the rubber gloves she wore while giving me my pedicure on the person after me, which makes me wonder how many people before me also received treatment with those same gloves.
I will not be returning.
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