I remember spending time with my mom at the beauty parlor when I was a child. As I'd walk through the salon doors, I would feel as if I had been transported to a different plane of existence. The smells and sounds were so different from anywhere else I visited with my mom. Unlike those other places, in the salon women would laugh loudly and joke, their hair bound up in curlers as they sat under the dryers. They would complain and brag about their children and spouses, congratulate one another during the good times, and commiserate with one another during the bad. They were a community, united in beauty, and together they made each individual stronger.
Today our beauty parlors have become sterile places, painted in bland colors with music to sleep by piped in over speakers in high definition. They are monuments to relaxation, and the sense of community once found within has fallen to the wayside.
Located in the historic Downtown Racine business district, Nailed It! brings back a time when women found community and camaraderie at their local salon.
As a full service nail spa, we will pamper your hands, feet, and nails, in a lively atmosphere where you will always be made to feel welcome. We use only top quality, professional products, in a safe and sanitary environment, to preserve the health of your nails and skin.
Our nail technicians are highly trained, with years of experience, and specialize in the latest techniques and trends. After a visit to Nailed It!, your nails will be the envy of all of your friends.
So stop in for a chat, enjoy a cup of our gourmet coffee on the house, and explore our facilities and services. You'll love the atmosphere, and the boost you'll get from knowing that we're always happy to see you.
If you are confident, you are beautiful!
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