It’s a good thing I can’t afford a manicurist at my favorite H20 store, because if I were to visit, I’d be treated like a VIP.
The manicure supply chain is littered with ads for the pricey and expensive products that can be found at the salon.
“This is one of the most amazing manicures I’ve ever had,” the ad read, featuring a picture of a woman holding a rose-colored, gold-plated bottle of water, a glass of red wine, and a black leather strap.
I asked one of my fellow manicurists what she thought of this advertisement.
“This looks like a really expensive manicure,” she replied.
Another manicurista said, “It looks like the kind of manicure that would make me the envy of the world.
This is a beautiful manicure, but if you’re in your 20s or 30s, this looks a little too good to be true.”
It’s not just the prices, either.
The ads often display a woman in a white coat holding an expensive manicurizer, which can be pricey, depending on how many colors it’s in.
At the salon, my friend explained, they had a white and a pink version of the same product, which is also expensive, and the pink version has a red base and a silver tip.
After we walked in, my manicurister handed me a plastic bottle of the pink bottle.
I picked up the pink and white bottle, which I thought looked pretty cute.
But the manicuris who I talked to were not impressed.
“I’m not sure if this is a good idea,” one told me.
They didn’t understand that the pink or the white version is often used for more expensive products.
Then I asked the other manicuristas what they thought of the ad.
One of them told me, “This is really not a good ad, and I don’t understand why anyone would want to buy something that’s just not going to look good on you.
In fact, I don.
That’s why I would definitely avoid H20 if I could.
It’s just really not something I can recommend.
It looks like an advertisement for a lot of products that are not going on sale anymore, but they don’t look as good as they used to.
It makes me sad, because I’ve never really cared about money.”
It’s a common complaint about H20.
There’s a petition on Change.org to get the salon’s name changed to a more appropriate name, and it’s been signed by more than 1,000 people.
For the moment, the salon is closed and the location is under construction, and no one has been told about the petition.