There was no wait at all, and everyone I met was very sweet. Lucky for me I came in time for happy hour so I had a really nice mojito.
Of course no place is perfect so while overall I had a great experience there were a few things that weren't quite right. The woman who did my manicure must have been quite inexperienced because she cut way more that just cuticle I'm pretty sure she was cutting live skin. When she finished the owner ended up giving me a second manicure because clearly the first wasn't up to standard. The second con would be the price. I jumped at a chance to try this place based on the prices on the website. Gel Manicure for $15. It was too good to be true. The new price is $30, but I did get a $10 discount for my inconvenience without even asking so that kinda helped. Hopefully they update the website soon.
Enough of the cons. On to the pros. After attending beauty school you are obsessed with sanitation. I was pleasantly surprised to see that their pedicure bowls did not have those cesspools of fungal infections which most of you would recognize as a spa bath with jets. They had the bowls which are easily removed, easily cleaned, and easily sanitized. Any place that is forward thinking enough to have this type of set up deserves repeat business because they have their clients best interests in mind. Another pro would be the staff in general. It's a family friendly environment. Everyone is kind and makes you feel at home. They have a wide selection of colors with no bootleg brands that you might find at the dollar store.
TO RECOMMEND OR NOT THAT IS THE QUESTION.
Overall I can see that the owner is a professional interested in the growth and development of her employees and takes excellent care of her clients. I am excited to go back for a pedicure and I would recommend Acetona Nail Bar to anyone that is looking for an affordable manicure, pedicure, or blowout.