Unpolished fans saw some amazing nails that Lexi Martone created recently. But what if you need work done at the Salon Martone? What services do they offer? Could you afford the prices? And what are your chances of Lexi working on your nails? Read on to find out.
Unpolished – Lexi does amazing work with nails at the Salon Martone
We reported that fans raved about Lexi Martone’s “social distancing” stiletto nails last month. We noted that “done in black and white, with wicked points, they might appeal to Cruella de Vil of The Hundred and One Dalmatians.” But, her talent goes way beyond just black and white creations. The salon’s Instagram page reveals some stunning designs in all sorts of colors. And of course, the salon comes with much more than just nails. Bria’s also super-talented.
First of all, if you book at the Unpolished stars’ Salon Martone, don’t expect Lexi to work on your nails unless you own a fat wallet. After all, the website notes, “Lexi designed nails for celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Katie Holmes, Blake Lively, Sophia Bush, and Victoria’s Secret Angels.” And, she achieved that after just three years of getting her nail tech license. If you need your nails done and don’t specifically want a personal one-on-one with Lexi, the prices seem about par with salons in the area.
Where’s the salon and what services do they offer?
Unpolished‘s Salon Martone is situated in East Northport, Long Island. There, you’ll probably meet Jennifer, Lexi and Bria’s mom as she looks after the front desk reception. Or, you may spot Foxy Grandma doing her hair washing and styling. Other services include tanning, waxing, hair extensions, makeup, and more. Bria’s incredibly skilled with “Brazilian Blowout,” “Conditioning Treatment,” “Infusion Replenisher” “Olaplex,” “Wella Lux Oil Conditioner Treatment.” “Keratin Smoothing Treatment,” and so much more.
If you can’t make it to Long Island, at least you can still watch the Martone family on TLC. Season 2 of the show premieres on January 12. And the Salon Martone features in it a lot. But Foxy Grandma might not go in as Lexi worries about the coronavirus and keeps her on a strict lockdown. The new season reveals that the salon, closed because of the coronavirus quarantine, re-opened. The whole family gets busy sorting it out, including Bria’s fiance Matt. Sadly though, fans won’t see Lexi and Bria’s dad, Big Mike, as he passed away last year.
Big Mike battled with cancer and finally lost his fight. So, the new season’s also tinged with some sadness. But, knowing this resilient and very close-knit family they pull together and focus on bringing excellent service to Salon Martone and a fiery second season to the TLC show.