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5 New Spots for a Luxe Mani

BY Shontel Horne | October 6, 2016 | Feature Features

The nail salon experience of yore wasn't something to be enjoyed but rather endured: cuticles nipped, chemicalladen polish slapped on, breath held to avoid fumes. No longer. Today's best nail clinics are beautiful spaces full of clean air—and cleaner polishes. Thanks to technology, you can even summon technicians to your home. Find the perfect way to decorate your digits with L.A.'s hottest new nail news.
A look inside Olive & June's newest location in Santa Monica

1. Bellacures
The seventh location of the brand, which is known for its meticulous cleaning standards, just opened in the South Bay. With a slew of manicures and pedicures on offer, as well as acrylics, gel and waxing, you can’t go wrong! Manis from $25, pedis from $30, 820 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Ste. 102, El Segundo, 310.341.7600

2. Glamsquad
This app summons a beauty team to your door with one (iPhone) click of your finger. Choose from at-home beauty services including manis/pedis, foot-massage add-ons, and Shellac polishes, with offerings available seven days a week. Manis from $45, pedis from $60

3. Jessica Nails & Spa
Following a 14-month reno, this salon—which counts Demi Moore as a client—just reopened its main WeHo clinic. The outpost is known for its Nail Cultivation System, which prescribes basecoat treatments to restore and rejuvenate nails. Manis from $25, pedis from $32, 8627 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.659.9292

4. Olive & June
Opened recently on SaMo’s Montana Ave., this is the third spot from the cult favorite salon. Preferences are kept on file, and the techs specialize in funky nail art services. Manis from $20, pedis from $30, 1426 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, 310.899.1029

5. Tenoverten
One of NYC’s most popular nail salons makes its Culver City debut this month. There’s a homey, inviting vibe, with custom pedicure chairs and walnut manicure tables. All polishes are made in Cali and are 8-free and cruelty-free. Manis from $15, pedis from $40, 8850 Washington Blvd., L.A.

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