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Nails Forever owner DJ West bounded into beauty school at the tender age of 16, and by age 18, she had her license, a job, and a dream that would lead her to San Francisco. There, her skills were sharpened in salons studding Union Square and Polk Street. Her desire to open her own salon brought her back to Contra Costa County, where she's been keeping fingertips looking tip-top since 1981. Her passion for painting and fine art is reflected in her hand-based handiwork, which often includes one-of-a-kind looks ranging from leopard-print nails to bejeweled holiday designs, and she's won no fewer than five trophies at nail-design competitions. She also specializes in Shellac application and excels in acrylic extensions, which typically hold up better than the old-fashioned wooden kind.

3404 Clayton Rd
Concord,
CA
US

At Trendy Nails, pink curtains cascade between plush pedicure thrones, lending clients a bit of personal space as nail technicians fuss about their feet with masks and files. Warm footbaths kick off the treatments. Technicians attend to fingers and toes with laser-like focus as they shape the nails, treat the cuticles, massage knots from hands and feet, and dress digits with striking polish.

5100 Clayton Rd
Concord,
CA
US

Visit us at All Perfect Nails, you will be welcomed by our courteous , Professional Staff. With professional trained, experienced nails & skin care technicians delicate to you with top notch services at affordable prices. We excel at meeting the needs of our individual clients by to ensure that your experience at our salon.

4330 Clayton Rd
Concord,
CA
US

Inside a studio half immersed in tropical tones and half ensconced in an opulent Parisian scheme, Le Belle Nails & Spa's technicians refine both halves of the human body with luxurious nail services. Clients bask amid island hues as pedicurists soak and soften feet for 30 minutes. After filing toenails, buffing them, and lavishing them with a polish chosen from nearly 100 colors, nail mavens escort clients to the deep burgundy surroundings of a manicure station. A photo of the Eiffel Tower, which hasn't been trimmed in decades, gazes longingly at nails and cuticles as they're groomed and buffed into shape. Clients can adorn fingers with standard polish to complement gleaming tootsies or opt for a 60-minute shellac manicure that drapes finger helmets in a sturdier coat. A quick stint beneath a UV lamp holds the lacquer fast, ensuring weeks of smudge- and scuff-free high fives, back pats, and bongo-drum solos.

1950 Market St.
Concord,
CA
US