If there was a salon and spa that would cater to both you and your little lady, would you become a customer?

Kimberly - posted on 09/08/2011 ( 2 moms have responded )




My little girl loves to go get her names painted in the pretties pink or lilac, but her little legs are too short to get a little pedicure. If there was a salon that would cater your needs and pretend services for your daughter would you become a regular at this business. I'm doing market research. Please give me your feedback...be brutally honest...I need it. And please give me your city and state. Thanks Kim


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Kacie - posted on 09/12/2011




im in southeast texas and there are places like that already! i dont have a girl, so i dont have to worry about it. They dont charge the same price for the kids as they would for an adult

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/09/2011




No, but then again, I'm not a spend money on stuff that isn't necessary. I can do my own mani and pedis, and don't understand why people want to promote the idea that unless you spend $40 getting your nails "done" or have to have a salon visit every week for your hair, you are less than perfect.

I don’t have girls, but I’ve tried to see why this is so essential! What’s wrong with telling your little princess that you and she will have a girls day, painting each other’s nails, etc. I think that is a MUCH better way to spend time with your kids, than teaching them that salon time must be the all important appointment.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind a good massage once in awhile, but I believe in natural beauty. Not in adding artificial anything (nails, hair extensions), so even if I had a daughter, you’d be hard pressed to get me into a salon.

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