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Updated: October 28, 2012 6:59AM
DIGITZ on the Bluff
A few weeks ago while driving north on Sheridan Road to return to my home in Lake Bluff, I noticed that a new business had moved into the store front formerly occupied by Sweet Things at 615 Sheridan Road. On driving past I noticed that a sign posted in the window announced the opening of DIGITZ, a nail experience salon.
Well aware that my nails lacked the tender loving care they deserve, I visited DIGITZ.
To my surprise I was greeted by proprietor, Ilene Disch, who also was the proprietor of the former business that occupied the same space.
Doing nails had always been Ilene’s passion, she told me.
Coffee, water, lemonade and even wine are offered to complement the relaxing atmosphere of DIGITZ.
The price also is right. Manicures and pedicures are always $25. Children ages 11 and under get a manicure for only $8.
Ilene does manicures, pedicures, no-chip manicures, and waxing as well as other nail services. If you know of a nail technician that is available, send them to DIGITZ. Ilene Disch is looking to expand her business.~
Nancy ThornerLake Bluff