Top 5 NAIL SALON in Toronto

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Services Provided:

Shellac Manicure,Shellac Manicure w/Easy Nail Art,Shellac Manicure w/Medium Nail Art,Shellac Manicure w/Advanced Nail Art,Gel Manicure,Spa Manicure,Shellac Pedicure,Spa Pedicure,Polish’d Manicure,Gel Refill,Polish Change,Gel Overlay,French Finish,Shellac/Artistic Removal,Removal of Sculptured Nails,



(416) 405-8477

848 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4J 1L7

Clutterfly Inc.
Clutterfly Inc.
I am a regular client for manicures and pedicures. Their service is top notch with a fun and vibrant atmosphere. They are extremely hygienic and are in the know about latest techniques and trends. I recently tried their new facial peel using IS Skincare. Wow! I have tried almost every kind of skin treatment (I am 51 years and have had a lifetime of acne), and nothing was even close to this! My skin was so soft and smooth after and my acne has almost disappeared. I am doing a series of the peels now and I can say it has actually reduced the size of my pores on my damaged skin. I thought that was impossible. I am now a regular user of their skincare line and my skin looks better now that it dd 10 years ago.

Barefoot Beauty


(416) 792-4420

643 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1G4

Madison Hall Sikorski
Madison Hall Sikorski
I have been going to Barefoot for manicures and pedicures for over a year now and am always blown away by the service, relaxing feel and cleanliness. They recently added facials to their offerings and I must say it is AMAZING. My skin has never glowed so much as it does, all their products are amazing and organic. I will definitely be adding this to my routine of services. Couldn't have been better.

Naked Beauty Bar


(647) 748-8899

889 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1V9

Samantha Lau
Samantha Lau
Easily the coolest nail bar in the city. Great gel specials, amazing cuticle care, coolest staff, and the best music always. I always get compliments on my nails every time I pay Naked a visit. Definitely on the pricier end but for good reason and amazing results.

N Bar Toronto Nails


(647) 350-1965

60 Dan Leckie Way, Toronto, ON M5V 0J8

michelle ann zoleta
michelle ann zoleta
I love getting my nails done here! The quality is up to par as I get my nails done only once a month and the polish stays. I do shellac with nail art, which Katie does a superb job with. She always gives great input with colours and ideas.

Lts Nails


(416) 487-9430

540 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M5N 1B4

Kassie Berger
Kassie Berger
This was my first time getting my nails done there and they were wonderful. The girl I had at first was amazing they are very friendly. Then another tech came in I think he was the owner, he was fast and friendly and talked to me. When I went to pay though they were going to over charge me as I asked for regular mail colour but the first girl accidentally grabbed Shellac, when I brought this to the owners attention he very quickly changed it to the price I was expecting to pay and identified it was thier mistake. He came in on his day off and still treated me well. 10/10 I would go back again. The price is great and as I said earlier the people are wonderful.
Nail salon

A nail salon or nail bar is a specialty beauty salon establishment that primarily offers nail care services such as manicures, pedicures, and nail enhancements. Often, nail salons also offer skin care services. Manicures are also offered by general beauty salons, spas, and hotels. People who work at nail salons are usually called nail technicians, manicurists, or nailists.[citation needed]

Nail salons offer a variety of options for nail care, examples which include acrylics, silk or fiberglass wraps, French manicures, polish, and pedicures. Some nail salons offer one-stop beauty services. In addition to nail services, one-stop nail salons offer facial treatments, waxing, and skin care.

Generally, those working in nail salons are referred to as nail technicians. In some areas throughout the UK and USA, nail technicians must hold formal, state-recognized qualifications in order to be able to work at nail salons.

Currently, the industry estimates that almost 40% of nail salon technicians in the US are Vietnamese women. The highest density of Vietnamese nail technicians is in California, where approximately 59-80% of nail technicians are of Vietnamese descent.[1] The majority of these women are Vietnamese immigrants.

The prevalence of Vietnamese women in the nail salon industry dates back to the Vietnam war, which saw large numbers of Vietnamese immigrants arriving in the United States. Tippi Hedren, a Hollywood actress, was involved in a charity which provided vocations to Vietnamese refugee women. The goal of the charity was to help its target demographic integrate into U.S. society. Hedren invited her personal manicurist to teach a group of 20 Vietnamese women the craft of doing nails.[2][3][4] The training required for nail salon work is short and inexpensive, the work itself does not require high English proficiency, and the work hours tend to be flexible enough to allow immigrant mothers to attend to family obligations. During this era, the costs associated with opening and operating nail salons were low.

Nail care services

A Havana nail salon.
Nail salons offer the following services:

Acrylic overlays and extensions
UV gel overlays and extensions
Dip powder nails
SNS nails
Silk/fibreglass overlays and extensions
Nail design
Nail art
Shellac nails
Eyelash extensions
Eyebrow tinting