About Us


Conceit Nail & Beauty Studios – Formally Ashley Nails Spa, Smyrna Market Village’s Premier


Nail and Beauty Salon!

We proudly offer professional beauty services with superior skill and
sanitation while featuring an upbeat vibe driven by love and positivity.
Our above average standards exceed the expectation of what the nail salon
experience should be. We like to call it “Beauty-tainment” LOL! With great
music, a wide selection of colors and art to choose from, and a client-first
focus, come, “Give me your hand”, and enjoy an unique experience,
customized just for you.
Looking for a more quiet experience? Just ask for “Zen Mode” during your
service and receive a do not disturb wristband and noise blockers!
BYOB friendly! Check out any of our amazing neighbors for an awesome
selection of beverages.
Walk ins are welcome, and are seen first come, first served. Appointments are
recommended. Private parties available – ask for details.
Waitlist available during peak times. Just come by and sign in first, and then
receive a text when it’s your turn.
Follow us on IG to meet the crew, see our work, and the current event
calendar: @conceitnailsandbeauty
We love client selfies! To be featured, use the hashtag; #seeyourselfconceited



If you or any one in your proximity are sick, has been sick, or are beginning to feel sick, PLEASE DO NOT COME INSIDE OF THE SALON! This is VERY important for all of our heath and safety.
Please give advance notice of any cancellations. A ten minute grace period is permitted for
appointments/waitlist texts. Late arrivals may still be worked back into rotation, if possible,
and/or, subject to limited services or rebooking.
Persons with nail disorders will not be serviced and will be referred to a specialist.
Salon furniture has a 300lb. weight capacity, however, mobile services can be referred.
Please keep extra guests to a minimum as space is limited.
Positive vibes only.
Maya Angelou’s poem, “A Conceit”.
“Give me your hand. Make room for me to lead and follow you beyond this rage of poetry.
Let others have the privacy of touching word and love of loss of love.
For me Give me your hand.”