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Salon Diana


Alt Names: alt サロン・ディアーナ
Author: Nishio Mako
Artist: Nishio Mako
Genres: Fantasy FantasyRomance RomanceShoujo Shoujo
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: "Girls who like to lie, come to my salon." Arisue Rio firmly believes in the principle that "the outside is the most important." When she says that to male nail technician Nojima Yoshitsuki, he puts a specially made, cursed gem on her nails and told her: If you kiss a boy you don't like, then time will rewind.
Rio didn't believe it but after being confessed to by a suuuper cute kouhai, they started dating and kissed! After they kissed, time rewinded to the day before?!
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20 Comments

Me parece algo cruel "el maguito de las uñas", pero s divertido y el manga stá muy bien dibujado ^.^

This manga - reminds me of bartender and another manga that has something to do with a makeup artist and crossdressing assistant? Arisa?

Was the makeup artist and crossdressing assistant one Ageha 100%?

The end feels rushed. Did this get the axe?
Thanks Senpai Scans for all your hard work! Good job. :) Can't say I enjoyed this series to be honest. It had disjointed storytelling, mood, and messages, had no climax, and the ending is actually a summary of the envisioned plot. Felt like the author couldn't decide what direction she wanted to take and decided to cut her loses early.

wtf chapter had the love interest in it?!

that was shorter than expected. but sweet

Hey guys!

 

Just a clear up: the Chapter 7 that was posted before is actually Chapter 8, a mistake on our behalf. So we uploaded the new (and actual) Chapter 7 and the old Chapter 7 is now Chapter 8. Hope that's not too confusing HAHA

 

Have a lovely day!

 

-- RemiD

Wow these last two chapters are bizarrely logically connected from a narrative point of view. Guess the author finally hit her storytelling stride. Looking forward to seeing the plot.

 

Thanks Senpai Scans!

Suddenly so heartbreaking.. Really love this manga - reminds me of bartender and another manga that has something to do with a makeup artist and crossdressing assistant? Arisa?

I think this is probably the sweetest chapter so far (and we got to see a bit more of our mysterious bartender, too!)

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Interesting premise, but it paints girls in such a shallow light at times (it's a little unsatisfying). The shopkeeper is kind of weird..he is supposed to be, but it still seems off somehow.

Worth a try, if you're into this sort of thing~

It also reminds me a bit of that episodic horror shoujo manga, haha

So now I've read to ch 4.  Hm.  Well, I won't say it's terrible, but it rubs me the wrong way.  Oneshots are short enough already that it's hard to set up the characterization and feeling.  These have a bunch of the space squeezed by the frame and the simplistic morality tale (or, to be fair, by making the simple moral that is often there in a shoujo oneshot explicit rather than implicit).  As a result, there's little room for the people and feelings, so there's no real sense of love, no doki-doki, little feeling in your gut of why this person becomes into this other person, and everyone's personality is almost brutally summed up by the particular flaw the occult good guy is correcting, plus maybe the canned synopsis of the trauma that precipitated the flaw.  Although all the episodes are about love, it seems like just the excuse to lecture you about the moral.  Overall, the little stories are so amazingly pat as to be Victorian.

This has the . . . working parts of shoujo romance but it doesn't feel like one to me.  Which might be fine, but I also don't really like whatever it is being.

Wow, I think this is the only shoujo manga that I've REALLY liked so far. That gotta be worth something right?

Yeah . . . but just what may depend.  I like most shoujo manga, so if you don't and this is different in ways that you like it may be different in ways I dislike.

For instance, looking at the description, this looks kind of shounen-y in that it has a plot entirely based on an inventive but contrived, completely unrealistic hook; shounen fans seem to like that but it's not my favourite thing.  So maybe you liking it is a sign I shouldn't read it.  But I'll give it a shot.

I was about to say, "Chapter 3 feels shallow compared to the other two," but then it turned out to be a set up for an actual story arc. While kind of neat, I feel the episodic format had a lot more potential to go on for a while longer.

 

Thanks for the update! 

oh, thank you for the update!

I agree.  I find this to be a very good manga and am looking forward to more!  Thank you Senpai Scans!

Wow, I think this is the only shoujo manga that I've REALLY liked so far. That gotta be worth something right?

Reminds me of Yume Kira Dream Shoppe, but slightly more sinister.

ooo it's episodic.


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