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Best Places For A Manicure In DFW

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Keeping one's hands in tip-top condition is a must for anyone in business. A firm handshake from a nicely manicured hand is noticed. Even if you are a student or retired, we use our hands so much that they deserve some pampering. Here are a few of the best places in the DFW area to go for a manicure.

Lush Nail Lounge
5315 Greenville Ave. #120
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 750-9999

Lush Nail Lounge is an urban oasis on Greenville Avenue. Decorated with a New York/Japan and Dallas skyline murals and mosaic walls, the ambience alone transports you to a place where fun happens. Lush Nail Lounge offers eight different types of manicures but one of particular note is the Long Island Iced Tea Manicure $25. It focuses on neglected hands. Aloe is used to hydrate while antioxidant green tea with a thyme masque will soothe stressed hands, fresh oranges are used with a sugar scrub, as well as paraffin wax to lock in moisture followed by Codi brand green tea lotion for a hand massage. Complimentary beverages include red and white wine, piña coladas and strawberry daiquiris. Lush offers karaoke parties for five or more and 50 percent off any service on your birthday.

Pink Toes
111 S. Field St.
Dallas, TX 75202
(214) 242-8042

Pampering has gone high tech with Downtown Dallas' newest nail salon, Pink Toes. Mini iPads loaded with iTunes movies and Pandora music and Beats by Dre headphones are offered at the manicure/pedicure stations. The VIP manicure, called the Pink Cadillac Hot Stone Spa Treatment ($40), includes a sea salt scrub and mask in your choice of mandarin orange, milk and honey, cucumber melon, and lavender, followed by hot towels and hot stone massage with a neck and shoulder massage. Complimentary wine, beer, sangria and Champagne are offered with the service and designer polish is also available.

Hawaiian Nail Bar
2645 E. Southlake Blvd. #160
Southlake, TX 76092
(817) 416-6568

Fresh fruit is used in creating a manicure treatment that will make you feel like you have escaped to islands. Organic scrubs in yummy flavors like coconut, mango, lemon-lime, cucumber, strawberry, chocolate, green-tea with rose petals or milk and honey are just a few of the ways one can be pampered at Hawaiian Nail Bar. As a special birthday gift, it offers manicures at 50-percent off. For adults, complimentary strawberry daiquiris, pina coladas, and red and white wine are offered and for children, coconut and strawberry slushies. Open seven days a week and on Friday and Saturday, the nail bar is open until midnight.

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The Beauty Bar
1924 N. Henderson Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 841-9600

The Beauty Bar offers everything you need to let your hair down - dancing, music, cocktails and manicures. This is where one can get "hammered and nailed." From 5 to 9 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, this Uptown libation station offers martinis and manicures stating at $10. Everybody leaves beautiful from The Beauty Bar.

Signature Nail & Salon
6333 E. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75214
(214) 826-9007

Nestled in the Lakewood neighborhood, Signature Nail provides manicure services. The Signature Manicure includes your choice of four aromatics (pomegranate, milk and honey, lemongrass and lavender, and Tuscan citrus and herb). Fresh grapefruit is used in the soaking process to clean the nails and remove nail yellowing, there's a sugar scrub and mask with hot towels to soften the hands, plus paraffin wax to lock in moisture with a neck and shoulder massage using Cuccio brand butter, followed by a lower arm and hand massage and finished with your choice of polish for $25. Complimentary water, diet and regular Coke, and red and white wine beverages are offered. From Monday through Wednesday, Signature Nail & Salon offers five-percent off any combination packages of manicures and pedicures.

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Robin D. Everson is a native Chicagoan who resides in Dallas, Texas. Her appreciation for art, food, wine, people and places has helped her become a well-respected journalist. A life-long lover of education, Robin seeks to learn and enlighten others about culture. You can find her work at 
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