The 9 Best Nail Salons in Every Dallas Neighborhood
The nail salon near work is cheap and never crowded. Yeah, there’s probably a reason for that. Open your eyes (and your hands and feet) to these top-notch nail salons in every neighborhood that will leave you relaxed, recharged and polished.
Spa Adolphus (Downtown)
Just renovated, the spa here is next-level. So book an appointment for a Red Flower French Lavender Classic Manicure + Pedicure ($75) that might as well transport you to the fields of Provence. Best of all? Spa guests gain access to the rooftop pool and café for an extra hour or two of relaxation. Not a bad splurge.
1321 Commerce St.; 214-651-3670 or adolphus.com
Bliss Spa (Uptown)
While this salon inside the W Hotel offers a darn good mani, they pride themselves on being the pedicure pros. Treatments like the Head Over “Peels” ($65) and “Heel”-lelujah! ($70) pedicures include the use of Bliss products, of course, and callus-eliminating foot masks and healing balms.
2440 Victory Park Lane; 214-397-4168 or wdallasvictory.com
Pink Pedi (Oak Cliff)
This eco-friendly, toxic- and fume-free facility offers up their Essential Manicure ($28), which includes essential oils, anti-aging collagen conditioning and a pressure-point massage (ummmm… yes, please?). At this point, the polish is just the cherry on top. Word on the street is that their V.I.P. pedicure ($98) includes sparkling wine. Treat yourself, girlfriend.
1888 Sylvan Ave. #F-140; 214-760-9744 or pinkpedisalon.com
Bellacures (Preston Hollow)
Four words: Wake Up! Coffee Mani ($45). It includes an Epsom salt soak, eucalyptus cooling gel, Awake coffee scrub, hot towel wrap and more. Actual cup of coffee sold separately. Sigh. But seriously, this salon is the perfect post-SoulCycle spot to relax and recharge your hands and feet.
6108 Luther Lane; 214-385-4050 or bellacures.com
MiniLuxe (Park Cities)
Sure, a handful of these salons recently sprouted up in Dallas, but the Highland Park location just oozes sophistication and class. We love the brand’s signature MiniLuxe polish colors. Our go-to service would have to be the Gel Mani/Signature Pedi ($79), because these hands were made for typing. (So gel is our best friend.)
4248 Oak Lawn Ave.; 972-674-5953 or miniluxe.com
Hiatus Spa + Retreat (Devonshire)
Right smack in the middle of the always-bustling Inwood Village is this glorious haven for a little R&R. We love the ever-changing, unique list of nail treatments. Case in point: the Epic Mani-Pedi ($140), which includes seasonal ingredients, exfoliation, deep hydration and hot stones. Plus, bubbly (but of course).
5560 W. Lovers Lane #250; 214-352-4111 or hiatusspa.com
Four Seasons Resort & Club (Las Colinas)
Could this be Dallas’s best-kept mani/pedi secret? We think so. Now through August 31, indulge in the Coconut Watermelon Colada Manicure and Pedicure ($120). This tropical treat includes watermelon and basil oils and a sugar and rice exfoliator. Finish the treatment with a Blushing Agave massage scented with notes of cherry and coconut milk. Warning: Post-treatment, you may momentarily forget you aren’t at a spa in Tahiti, and it can be quite traumatic.
Posh Nails (Lakewood)
OK, OK. This is totally your typical nail salon, however, they are really, really good at what they do. Not only do they offer wine and tea, but we would highly suggest you not skip the optional shoulder massage. It’s far too legit. They also have an Uptown salon, but we prefer this laid-back location. Tip: Ask for Maria.
1914 Skillman St. #100; 469-334-0646 or poshnail.com
Vivian’s Boutique Spa (Lower Greenville)
This East Dallas gem is exactly what the neighborhood needed. Using McKinney-based FarmHouse Fresh products, every service is a treat that supports local businesses. Owner Kristin Barton, a former Goldman Sachs analyst from Ennis, knows firsthand how important a little TLC for the tootsies can be for a boss babe’s well-being.
5420 Ross Ave.; 214-484-4714 or viviansdallas.com