Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Something 'New' on Main Street

Alaura's New Nails is now open. Offering all nail services with great nail art too. Located at 1 Main Street, Springfield.


Alaura Hewey
Check out her Facebook page: Alauras New NailsAlauras New Nails


  1. Has this business been a long time in opening? The street view of Google Maps purportedly taken Nov 2015 shows the New Nails sign.

    1. It was new nails. I believe it has new owner who renamed it. Kind of false title being there's really nothing new on main st....

    2. It's always been called New Nails. Place has been there for well over 10 years. By appt. only - if she ever decided to answer the phone or return messages. Now this woman Alaura has purchased it - and simply added her name to the old name.

    3. https://www.facebook.com/nailsbyalaura/ Please check my page out. I offer professional service and have been in the industry for over 20 years. I am the the new owner and my salon is completely differnt the the previous owner. I am an American nail salon not an asian salon. Please before you write negative information about my business know the facts. I am extremely busy as I book out 3 weeks in advance I always answer my phone and return calls. I am open 6 days a week 9 am to 7 pm. Please check it out you will be happy you did! Have a great day and stay positive!

    4. https://www.facebook.com/nailsbyalaura/

    5. Alaura is an amazing nail technician. She runs a very professional and clean shop. Not to mention is a very warm welcoming person with a great attitude.
      I wish her well with this. I find new business's are certainly quite overly critiqued on this site!

  2. "Something New on Main Street" is a play-on-words of the business name, not meant to connote something brand new or different moving in there.

  3. some people will find something to complain about, no matter what, good luck with your new business


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