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Daisy Nails in Minneapolis, MN

Daisy Nails in Minneapolis, MN

About Daisy Nails

Daisy Nails is a premier nail salon located in the heart of downtown, offering a wide range of manicure and pedicure services. With a team of highly skilled technicians, Daisy Nails prides itself on providing top-notch, personalized service to each and every customer.

From classic manicures and pedicures to gel polish and nail art, Daisy Nails offers a variety of services to cater to all preferences and styles. Their clean and modern salon provides a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere for clients to unwind and indulge in some self-care.

Daisy Nails is committed to using high-quality products and maintaining strict sanitation practices to ensure the health and safety of their clients. With affordable prices and exceptional customer service, it’s no wonder why Daisy Nails has become a go-to destination for those seeking a luxurious nail experience. Visit Daisy Nails today and treat yourself to a pampering session that will leave your nails looking and feeling fabulous.

Address: 2544 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55405, United States


Call: (612) 977-9047, +1 612-977-9047

Rating: 3.6

Total Customer Rating: 165

Salon Open Hours:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Saturday: 9:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Customer Says:

Tyesha Mitchell
If your lookin for a 5 star service Maria provides an unforgettable sea salt pedicure w/ Paffin dip. She always allowed my feet to soak at least 10 mins. adjusting the water as needed, massaged my legs, beat the bottom of my feet while saving the best for last: the toe poppin 😏
Aside from the fabulous service Maria provides, the parking lot is very tight, not uncommon for uptown yet I’ve never had to park on the street.
I found it distasteful that Daisy Nails report their credit card machine was broken and insists on redirecting customers to their atm where customers eat the fee. I suspect they do this to avoid paying a credit /debit transaction fee.
It has undercut Maria’s tip on more than one occasion. This caused me to seek services elsewhere. It was fun while it lasted 💕
Nisha Marshall
First off, let’s give Daisy Nails on Hennepin a hand for staying open until 5pm on New Year’s Eve while most nail shops were closed🫶🏽👏🏽👏🏽💕. Secondly, as a first time customer my nail tech Mina was super friendly, fast, and professional. I wanted short ombré duck shaped nails, which she slayed🙌🏽 The price was kind of steep, thought it was a bit much for a short set. In total I paid 85 dollars. $70 for the set and a 15 dollar tip. She even offered her phone stand so I can comfortably watch entertainment from my phone.👍🏽 Definitely will give them another shot.
Anna Banana
My friend comes here frequently, and highly recommended Quinn/Quynh, so I scheduled an appointment with her. She did an excellent job on my Mani/Pedi and I absolutely loved the designs she free-handed. Staff is friendly, and it’s clean (they also use liners in the soaking tub). Yes, you’re charged extra to run a card, which I wasn’t quite prepared for, but now I know for next time. It’s really not that big of a deal. I also don’t understand why someone is complaining that they got exactly what they asked for, but then was disappointed she wasn’t upsold on other services when she saw someone else had some other service performed, which she may have liked. I personally like that I wasn’t pressured into services I had no interest in. 10/10 will go again!
m_ t_a
Went here twice should’ve stop after the first time. The first time my nail tech talked me into acrylic when I explained I wanted dip. She told me she could do the ombre design and then had to switch to french tip at the last second because she was struggling to do a black to clear look. I was frustrated and disappointed but I was happy with the end result so I tipped well and tried to just remember to ask for a difference tech in the future. I went today for the second time and just wanted to get the acrylic removed and get a mani-pedi with clear polish for a fresh start. The pedicure was great. The manicure was awful. The tech knew I need to get acrylic off I said multiple times while she was giving me a pedicure. But she took no initiative to start soaking my nails for easy removal. She said she couldn’t retain my length of my nails and cut them back uncomfortably low. She tried to pry off the old acrylic by wedging a fake press on nail between the old product and then clip off what she lifted. It hurt really bad and I was shocked because I’d never had that done to my nails. I winced through a nail and a half before I let her know that it hurt and she’d need to soak it off or file it down. From that point on she became short and non verbal unless communicating with the other tech. I felt so mad I almost left but she was half way through my service and I just didn’t want to fight. In the end my nails hurt and I’m 95 dollars poorer. I wont be coming back for her services again.
D Kirk
Gel shellac manicure was great but pedicure not so.. Big toenails were not shaped well at all. One was filed totally crooked and the other super square looking. I usually shape them myself before going but didn’t have time. All in all it was a good experience.

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