First-Time Business Owner Opens Downtown Farmington Nail Salon

Liliona Garcia said she opened Litito's Nail Salon in Farmington because she loves the area.

Livonia resident Liliona Garcia used to live in Farmington, and when it came time to open her first business, the community was her first choice.

Litito's Nail Salon opened a month ago in the Village Mall at the corner of Farmington Road and Grand River in downtown Farmington. The salon provides manicures, pedicures, waxing, make-up, facials and other services. 

"I love this area," said Garcia, who said she trained in Mexico and received her cosmetology license in Michigan. "One day, I just started working doing nails, and here I am." 

Litito's stocks Shellac, a gel nail polish that Garcia said dries quickly and lasts at least two weeks without chipping. Clients can select from a range of nail designs, including 3-D and Swarovski crystal features. Waxing isn't limited to eyebrows and facial hair, Garcia said. 

"We can do everything ... legs, arms, undearms, face, bikini," she said. Waxing is done in a private room at the back of the shop. 

The salon is located at 23612 Farmington Road. You can "Like" the business on Facebook or call 248-274-2300 to learn more. 

Mellissa Flores December 15, 2012 at 04:03 AM
I had a great time getting my nails done this evening. I chose the Schellac polish and Liliona shaped and painted my nails perfectly. The salon will be seeing a lot more of me!
Rigo February 18, 2013 at 07:28 PM
i got my manicure and pedicure and i was impressed! everyone was kind and helpful and the job was perfectly done i would recommend this place to anyone! the salon is nicely decorated and there is a calm and relaxing enviornment!


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