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Best Nail Salons in Washington DC: Manicure, Nail Art & Pampering


As a resident of the Washington, DC area, you might often find yourself with chipping nails all of a sudden amid your busy schedule and asking the question: “When was the last time I went to a nail salon?” If this is one of those times, we have some recommendations for you. These are the best nail salons in Washington, DC in our opinion.

Spa Logic:

Address: 1721 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC 20009

Phone: (202) 232-6475


Aside from being one of the top day spas in the District, Spa Logic is also well-known for its high-end nail services for both women and men. From classic Chanel or classic LouBoutin manicure/pedicure to French manicure/pedicure to shellac/gel manicure/pedicure, you can find anything you are looking for at Spa Logic.

We recommend their Vitamin C manicure, chocolate spa manicure, Moroccan black soap spa manicure, and collagen manicure for those who wish to give their hands extra care. Nail art, acrylic reshape, nails extensions & SNS nails dipping/powder dip are also available. And if you have a little one who wants to join you on your nail salon trip, they offer special manicure & pedicure services for ages 5-12.


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Address: 1508 14th Street, NW, 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20005

Phone: (202) 299-0095


Located in the Logan Circle, nailsaloon has been serving the DC area since 2014. They take pride in caring for their customers’ health, and therefore, only using “5-free nail color,” which means nail polish that doesn’t contain Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Resin or Camphor. But “healthy nails” come with a cost: No dips, no powders, no acrylic, no glues here.

In addition, they use single-use or medically sterilized tools, and their salons are scent-free, thanks to high-tech source ventilation. Nail art, nail shaping, cuticle care, gel color polish, sugar scrub, hot cream, oil treatment, and callus removal are available, as well as special manicure and pedicure for clients 13 and under. The business also has a Capitol Hill location.


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Pure in Heart Nail Boutique Shaw

Address: 700 O Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001

Phone: (202) 387-9057


The popular Shaw nail salon offers a variety of nail services including hot towel wrap, nail shaping and cuticle care, nail art, moisturizing, polishing, gel polish (/removal), cleansing sea salt soak, exfoliating sugar scrub, collagen glove treatment, ultra-hydrating massage butter, refreshing massage, paraffin treatment, callus removal treatment, and more.

If you opt for “Long-Lasting Gel Alternative,” you will receive a fully organic and cruelty-free polishing service and it is guaranteed to last longer than regular polish. They also offer specially designed nail care for children ages 10 and under.

Jadore Beauty Spa

Address: 1020 19th Street, NW R115, Washington DC 20036

Phone: (202) 880-9888


For those who are looking for some extra pampering, Jadore features not only standard services but also “flavor manicure & pedicure” including green tea, guava mango, rose vanilla, coconut pineapple, and more, as well as “spa organics manicure & pedicure” with milk, honey & white chocolate, lavender & mint, and energizing pink grapefruit.

Among their “nail enhancement” services are acrylic, acrylic with gel color, SNS powder dipping, SNS powder dipping ombre, French color gel, and more.Jadore’s staff uses completely cruelty-free products, including all the cosmetics, which are inspected by independent organizations selected by the Coalition for Consumer Information in Cosmetics (CCIC).

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