If you’re heading over to Juice Salon for anything to do with your nails, read this Juice Salon review.
Hey everyone. I’m Shweta and today we have our experience in this Juice Salon Review. I recently tried out the Manicure and Pedicure at Juice Salon, in their Worli branch and thought of penning down my experience here. Read on to know how it went.
This particular Juice Salon branch is inside a fairly new building at Worli. The Salon is located on the lower ground floor and you can easily spot it. I came here on a Saturday evening and the salon was quite busy. The receptionist / salon manager kindly greets you and you are immediately escorted for your service. They also offer you a beverage multiple times during the course of your service. Salons are usually quite noisy – people chatting, music, the blow drier and this one is no exception.
I was going to get a Manicure and a Pedicure
I was asked what kind of manicure I would like to go for and I opted for the regular, no frills one. The attendant, Kavita took off the nail polish very carefully and asked me my desired nail shape etc. She did a great job filing and cleaning my nails. I was tired of having long nails that were breaking easily so I got them shortened. Just before a massage she asked me if I wanted to add a scrub to my manicure and I honestly didn’t mind it. So I add the regular scrub (Rs.250 extra) to my treatment. I’m glad I did because my arms felt extremely soft after that. She then gave me a very massage. She then showed me a nail chart for Nail Color options. All of them were LYN. I was honestly expecting OPI because earlier they used to have it. I settled for the shade Drop Red Gorgeous from the LYN range. This was a pretty bright red shade.
Manicure – Rs.500 + tax
Scrub – Rs.250 + tax
For the pedicure, I decided to pamper myself and so I opted for the Moroccan Delight Pedicure. After the regular pedicure steps of cleaning the nail polish, trimming and filing of nails and taking care of the dirt, cuticles and dry skin, I was given an intense massage with some Moroccan oil, right up to my knees. This massage felt really good.
Then the staff applied a cream based pack which would provide intense moisturizing and nourishment. This pedicure lasts for over an hour, so you need to come with time on hand. After the treatment, my feet and legs felt soft and moisturized.
Pedicure – Rs.1450 + tax
In any kind of salon service, it’s important to focus on the hygiene aspect. This place is clean. Their equipment looked clean. The staff also ensured that they sterilized their hands wherever possible. Towels and napkins seemed freshly washed as well.
I would definitely recommend a manicure / pedicure service at Juice salon. I think when it comes to these services, I wouldn’t mind paying slightly extra and going to a more hygienic place. Also their services felt totally worth the money. In case you want to indulge, I do recommend the Moroccan Oil pedicure. Especially when you have very dry feet or skin, this can be really good. The staff is kind and helpful too. And you have a ton of options in the kind of service you want to get done. I do recommend taking an appointment before hand for this place though. The LYN nail polish lasts about 4-5 days with a good amount of house work.
Hope you like reading my Juice Salon review and found it helpful.
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