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Paint Nail Bar

Luxury nails with a fume-free, non-toxic environment and a high level of customer service is the focus of Paint Nail Bar, 116 W. 4th Street, in downtown Rochester. The new nail bar, which is due to open by early May, is billed as a “luxury nail affair,” by owner Angie Nobile. “It’s a newer concept in nail care,” she said. “We specialize in a higher level of customer service, and there are no toxins in the materials we use,” she said. The new nail bar will offer a relaxed atmosphere with high safety and sterilization standards, and will be available for special events, such as fundraisers, birthday parties, bridal showers and other gatherings. The location is Nobile’s first entry into the beauty market, but she has been an entrepreneur for more than seven years, opening multiple locations of Xtend Barre, including Xtend Barre, 1484 N. Rochester Road, in Rochester Hills. Nobile is a former member of the MSU Dance Team, and still dances jazz and tap styles, performing once a year with the Rochester Area Recreation Authority.

Business Matters for the Rochester area are reported by Kevin Elliott. Send items for consideration to Items should be received three weeks prior to publication.

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