My trusted manicurist can be hard to track down sometimes.
During one of those weeks she was missing in action, I headed for Posh Nails in Tomas Morato.
I walked into an explosion of pink – it was as if Elle Woods had designed the place. But I like pink and purple so I had no problem getting comfortable.
The place was quiet, I had practically the whole salon to myself because I went in the afternoon. I was told Posh Nails gets busy after office hours.
I didn’t have a lot of time to spare so I went for the Posh Grooming service which is their basic manicure and pedicure.
Anita, my nail technician was nice and pleasant. We didn’t talk much though because I was busy with my laptop.
They had a mix of Orly and OPI and some bottles of Elianto and Sally Hansen. I chose Orly Haute Red and loved it.
Here’s the lowdown on my Posh Nails experience:
The rates were good – I paid P365 for both hands and feet and just added a tip.
Anita did a good job. I liked how she shaped my nails, I love how clean my manicure looked.
The basic grooming service included a quick massage – five minutes for the feet, five minutes for the hand and the massage was good.
THE BAD: It took a while before we could get started which was strange, considering that there were a lot of nail technicians just hanging out at the back room.
Here’s a tip – check out Posh Nails’ nail goody cabinet. I was able to score some bottles from the China Glaze Bahama Blues and China Glaze OMG! collections – they were P280 each. The last time I was there, I also saw a couple of Sparituals and some Essie top coats.
Posh Nails is located at CTTM Square Bldg., Tomas Morato Corner Timog, Quezon City. This branch is open until midnight. Call 9265077 or visit www.poshnails.com.ph