Located in beautiful, sunny San Diego, California, Esther's Nail Center was founded in 2004 and has been serving our customers inside and outside the US ever since. We're the online nail supplies store, offering quality, big-3 free nail polishes, nail art, manicure and pedicure supplies and helpful nail information.
Esther's Nail Center are open to public. It means you don't have to be a nail technician or have a license to purchase.
Esther's Nail Center is also the distributor of Adoree professional nail polish, nail art and nail treatment. We wholesale Adoree products to salons, retailers and beauty professionals. We believe with the high quality and great color collection, Adoree will give your business a great advantage in this competitive market.
Thresa Sulistio (Owner, Founder)
Thresa is the founder and the lady behind the show. She wears many hats from packing, shipping, updating website, customer service, marketing, and many others that are too much to list. She started Esther's Nail Center from a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity while volunteering at a local library.
Thresa resides in San Diego, CA with 2 children and her husband who made all this possible. When she's not at work, she's busy raising the kids and running the house.
Kusno Mudiarto (The Tech Guy)
He's the husband and the geek. He's the technical support guy who can fix from computers to blogs to shopping cart systems. He's the developer behind Cloudgirlfriend, 5000 Hands, Honey Day and Esther's Nail Center.
Besides Esther's Nail Center, Kusno does some software consulting. When he's not working you can find him reading manga or spending time with the kids.
We annually donate 10% of our profit to San Diego Rescue Mission, a non-profit homeless shelter and recovery center serving thousands of homeless, hungry, and poor men, women, and children in San Diego since 1955.
We chose them because, in our view, they have shown a great dedication and commitment to serve and make impact, especially in the lives of homeless women and children. Through their Women and Children's Center, many homeless women and children have been served to help transform residents and bring them closer to Christ, to overcome addictions and unhealthy relationship and help them to move back into the everyday world.
If you are interested to read more information about San Diego Rescue Mission, please visit their website at www.sdrescue.org