Upon arrival I was offered something to drink, and then whisked away to my seat and had a glass of water had to me.
What also brought me to Esme is the fact they use buckets for their pedicures, not those “sinks” that get cleaned after each use. The sinks terrify me, I can only imagine what is lingering in the water pumps of those contraptions. Don’t believe me? Google it!
My pedicure began as usual with the lovely soak file down those darn calluses and nail shaping. Sanding my hooves down wasn’t an easy feat, but my technician did a great job.
What I was looking forward to the most was a foot massage for my oh-so-tired feet as part of this I was able to choose the essential oil for my massage I decided to go for something calm and soothing for my tired muscles. The massage was good, but I personally nejoy more pressure applied during feet massages.
Afterwards I was able to choose the color I wanted for my toes - of which they had well over but looks like a hundreds of options. I chose gel polish because I didn’t have flip flops with me, and God knows regular polish wouldn’t have made it home with socks on! Polish application was good, but I did notice some polish spots (tiny ones) on my skin that weren’t cleaned up.
Overall, I would recommend Esme. If you have time for a weekday pamper they have great promotions. The customer service was great, friendly and welcoming.
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Over-all Rating: 4 / 5