New approach for nail spa

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Owner Brigitte “Von” Dan works on her client’s nails. Mia Nail Spa does not use any hard chemicals such as acetone. (photo by Colin Henry)

Owner Brigitte “Von” Dan works on her client’s nails. Mia Nail Spa does not use any hard chemicals such as acetone. (photo by Colin Henry)

By Colin Henry

After putting it under new management in December, the owners of Mia Nail Spa (formerly Zionsville Nails) hope to bring a fresh and friendly approach to their once-waning business. 

Naming the shop after their daughter, Mia, Brigitte Dan and her husband, Vince Hoang, are working hard to make customers feel at home. Dan, known as Von by friends, family and customers, strives to bring comfort and a relaxed atmosphere to customers at their new business.

“I like it a lot better now that they have new management. It’s more relaxing, comfortable and professional, with good services and good prices. It’s a stress reliever,” said Dana Cochran-Wiley, a 10-year Zionsville resident who enjoys getting gel manicures and pedicures.

“It’s just nice because they know your name,” she said.

Amy Norris, a Zionsville Nails customer, said Von is “just wonderful.”

“She takes the time to do a good job, knows your name and gives that simple personalization that makes a big difference. The change and the décor are just wonderful,” Norris said.

Norris also enjoys the gel manicure and said she likes that the new business does not use harsh, nail-depleting chemicals. These include acetone, which is not present in any of the products.

Dan has big plans to continue renovating the business, including updating the nail and UV sanitation areas. She will bring in new pedicure chairs with high-tech, single-use liners for the tubs to increase sterilization and create an overall organized, comfortable atmosphere.

The salon is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 12 to 5 p.m. Sunday.

Mia Nail Spa is currently up and running, but Dan said she plans to have an exciting grand opening with snacks and refreshments in the next couple of weeks.

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