Nail Salons in Cambridge

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In-N-Out Burger is such a special burger joint that people will drive for hours to get a taste. The first location opened in California in 1948 and was the state's first drive-thru hamburger stand. In 1994, In-N-Out opened their 100th restaurant. The menu is simple. Hamburgers, fries and shakes are the only things you can get, but if you are a local or have done your homework, you will find that there are a variety of ways to order their world famous burger. Choose the number of patties and cheese slices you want and even decide if you want it to be served to you "Animal Style," a special style the developed in 1961.

23 Arrow St
Cambridge,
MA
US

Nail Box and Spa's aestheticians beautify clients not only with mani-pedis, but also with waxing treatments and facials. And they use professional-grade products during all their treatments. When performing manicures and pedicures, for instance, nail techs might grab a bottle of CND Vinylux polish, which stays chip-free for a solid week without the need for a base coat or a hyperbolic chamber for your hands.

41 Belmont St.
Cambridge,
MA
US

At Polished Nail Boutique, technicians shape, groom, and paint nails with attentiveness and precision. Each nail station is stocked with the full spectrum of CND's colors, including no-chip Shellac polishes. The FootsieBath of Beverly Hills gives clients a sanitary and lavishing kick-start to their pedicures, and the staff further demonstrates commitment to cleanliness by guaranteeing all liners, files, and buffers are only used once.

5 Middlesex Ave
Somerville,
MA
US