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KK Designer Nails
516 South Hampton Road
Dallas, TX

Monday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM

Time: Dec/31/2021 (3 weeks ago)
Great family and great guy to talk to about business and finances....

Time: Sep/16/2021 (4 months ago)
It’s small the man is nice and his wife does good eyebrows wax would recommend but it is small all my diamonds on my nails are still on after a week

Time: Dec/02/2020 (a year ago)
They are the best they take care of you!! I just left and omg best service, the owner is nice!! I enjoy my pedicures as much as I enjoy their company and conversations!! They are appointment only due to covid-19 but y'all please help this small business out!! They do things other nail shops don't do!! Ingrown nails, dip nails, sparkly nails!! Beyond!! Book book book!! 🌟🌟🌟

Time: Aug/20/2021 (5 months ago)
Nina best nail tech

Time: Mar/10/2021 (10 months ago)
Listen to your instincts when you walk in. The quality of services provided are armature, but priced as if you where in a high end wine serving nail spa. I must agree with another commenter this spot operating one nail tech with a spot is a 99€ Store. I have no idea what they put on nails, or why they file your fails so deep yo cause them to BURN ☄. Items to take with you if you decide to venture in: - Sanitizer wipes- counters & arm rests on tables & chairs don't look to be wiped down after each customer. I asked mine be cleaned but the spray bottle used was for spraying hair, & had no disinfectant scent. I only asked due to seeing acrylic dust clearly visible against black leather. If they do sanitize after every customer, they do a poor job, or spray with water. Clean your own area, for your own safety. - Tylenol, or a shot of Vodka for the after effect of the file on your nailbed. The best description of the level of pain can only be matched to the pain you feel after accidentally tearing off an acrylic nail prematurely & by accident. It hurts so bad you otherwise may shed a tear. The pain may be provoked to disorient the customer enough to ignore the flaws like unsmooth nails, different lengthed nails, unevenly filled tips, and/ or realizing the sides of your nail has been fused to your fingers skin by Gel, Dipping Powder,  or Acrylic. For their highly effective disorienting techniques they have a well deserved half a star. - Nail brush, and a small hand towel as theirs are labeled clean but IDK. I saw hair tangled in a small nail brush (how was hair there 🤷🏻‍♀️). Having a tall garbage pail full of dirty hand towels is just bad optics for customers to walk around while sliding out of the sink area. The mom/wife is extremely rude, his daughter's are experimenting on your nails, and the owner does good pedicures... but only the owner. Go elsewhere for service on your hands... unless your prepared to go in with the items mentioned above. Lash extensions, are just false advertisement. Marketing at its finest. Here they where able to collect the other hslf of the star to complete one FULL STAR. These "Extensions" are just lashes attached with hair glue. Glue designed to last one night at best. This place is not for anyone who may suffer from OCD, or have Closterphobia, Hoarders rejoice. More training for the nail techs, a call to Hoarders, and a few items. Fix broken chairs, new hand towels, (atleast dye the towels) new hand brushes coupled with emplementing Customer Service values for his girls & wife would really benifit the owner's buisness & perhaps his life aswell.

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