"To provide the best possible nail care with gracious service in a relaxing environment."
Nails are a passion here at Jill's - A Place for Nails! This is not the usual assembly line-style McNail salon that you see on every corner. If you're looking for a friendly, clean, hygienically safe place to get your nails beautified, then you need to be at Jill's!
If you're a nail biter in search of nail enhancements that actually stay on, look great, & feel natural, please don't give up! Jill has safe methods of creating custom-made sculpted nails, because sometimes the "1 size fits all" plastic tips glued on just won't work.
Severe nail biter wearing Pink & White sculpted acrylic nails!
Nothing is more satisfying than transforming your hands & feet, previously considered a source of embarrassment, into beautiful works of art. Bring out those sandals & get ready to wear your jewelry again, now that your fingers & toes look gorgeous!
Pedicures are also a specialty & you will thoroughly enjoy them in a private atmosphere. With over 26+ years of experience, Jill can treat you to a relaxing "paraffin pedicure" that not only is more sanitary than those jetted pedicure tubs, but is also more hydrating as well!
To show polish versatility: (left) a coat of iridescent polish over the trendy shade of retro blue. (right) retro blue without a shimmer.
Money is re-invested in education by traveling to professional trade shows, researching nail care articles (both online & in print), & by taking additional classes not required by the Ky. State Board of Cosmetology.
As of 2013: the KY State Board dropped continuing education requirements for ALL licensed beauty professionals. There's not enough money in the state budget to fund more regular salon inspections. Basically, it's "buyer beware"!
Dr. Robert Spalding demonstrating a flex-cam used for podiatry. "Hepatitis in the Nail Salon"- Birmingham Premiere Show 2012.
Types of infections doctors treat from jetted pedi tubs. Major outbreaks have occurred all around the USA. The worst case had 100+ men, women & teenagers infected with mycobacterium fortuitum. Some required skin grafts & months of medication, leaving many with permanent scars on their feet & legs.
CDC findings on the transmission of hepatitis in the nail salon. So in a nail salon, if there are 10 Asian nail workers, the chances of at least 1 having hepatitis is quite likely.
(LEFT & TOP RIGHT) Herpes virus on a finger traced to a salon that used an infected wooden cuticle stick which should have been disposed after 1 use. To cut costs, many nail salons reuse them.
(LOWER RIGHT) A pincer nail on the great toe curling in.
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