Perfect Nails in Altamonte Springs Went Downhill. I've been to Perfect Nails off and on for 5 years. I don't get pedicures that often because of the cost, so it was something I actually saved up to do this past weekend (June 2011). The man who usually did my feet was not there. The woman who did it was lackluster, and brought out a cheese grater-type thing which I had never seen before. She proceed to use it on my feet, then cut one of my toes. It started bleeding, and she barely flinched. Without warning she doused on some alcohol-based something (it stung like you-know-what) and then put my bleeding toe back into the water. The cut was so close to the nail, that I didn't want polish put on to add insult to injury, so I told her I was done and was going to leave. She charged me $22 for the slice and dice and was rude when I questioned the cost for basically trimming my nails and cutting my toe. Someone else walked in as I was leaving. The technician barely rinsed out the tub where my blood had just been and in short order the next customer's feet plopped into the water. Instead of pretty toes I now have a bandage on a toe, it hurts, and I'm out 22 bucks. I'm trying to find out how to report this to the Florida regulatory organization. The safety issues should not be ignored. This used to be a good place to go. I can't, however, overlook gross negligence of sanitation.
experienced nails tech. i had my nails done last week. it has the most experienced nail techs that will take time to do your nails the way you like. pedicure was great too. just remember to make appointment ahead of time in case you come in on busy days. Recommend this salon to everyone in the area.
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