Quebec is seeing an increase in people buying manicures at its large-scale salon chain stores.
But, it’s not all about the cashier’s check, and some customers are also asking about the quality of the products being sold.
“I know people are going to ask me questions about the products that they’re buying,” said Lola Sajoua, a woman who has been visiting the chain’s Montreal and Montreal East locations since June.
“My husband bought me a manicure two weeks ago and I think I’ve only been there twice.
It’s been very expensive.
I would like to say it was very good, but it is not.”
Sajouah said she’s always asked for quality.
But this time, she’s worried her manicure may not have met the quality standards.
“It looks really expensive, like it’s made of plastic.
I’m not buying that, because it looks really cheap,” said Sajooa.
The chain says it’s working with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to ensure that its products are quality.
The chain says the number of complaints from customers have been down, and it has seen an increase of new customers.