Nail Salons in New Hampshire


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  • Radura Salon and Spa
    Local brides. Teens getting ready for formals. President Obama. What seems like an unlikely grouping has something in common: they've all turned to Radura for makeup services. With a cosmetic client list that includes the president, Arianna Huffington, and a slew of other politicians and pundits who Radura?s artists have prepped for the likes of HBO, FOX, and CNN, it's no wonder guests turn to the salon for makeup artistry and instruction. Massages, waxing, and facials also spoil spa-goers, giving them an idea of what it?s like to be Steven Seagal for a day. Hair and nail services?including mani-pedis that use sea salt or no-chip nail polish?keep guests glittering from scalp to toes.
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    55 Nelson Street
    Manchester, NH US
  • Mogi'z Hair Salon & Art Gallery
    A master stylist and graduate of Paul Mitchell Salon School, Mogi Zagdsuren snips and pigments tresses while flanked on all sides by abstract paintings and statues available for purchase. Professional products such as Moroccanoil and Aquage combine to update 'dos with styling and straightening services, and CND nail polish keeps talons bewitching enough to attract glances and style-aware falcons to ungloved hands. While contemporary art pops from every corner, cubic, fire-engine red furnishings draw focus to the hair being straightened at each beauty station. Combined with the crimson-lined floor, this vibrant atmosphere has coaxed the Nashua Telegraph to profess, ?Every element of the salon/gallery is tied together.? And thanks to Mogi's success, the salon has expanded to a second location as Mogi'z on Miami, which specializes in extensions and Japanese hair-straightening treatments.
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    383 E Dunstable Road
    Nashua, NH US
  • Earthly Roots Hair Studio
    Earthly Roots Hair Studio owner Moira Brouillard's career was on a roll. After working for an Aveda Concept Salon in Atlanta, her styling work was featured in Lucky and Teen magazines??a stylist's dream come true. But then something strange happened. She found she was becoming extremely sensitive to hair products containing synthetic chemicals. Rather than let it deter her from her passion, she began researching alternatives, and the results were startling?roughly 95% of beauty products are composed of some form of toxic element. This led her to start her own hair studio. At Earthly Roots, clients can seek cut and coloring treatments with nontoxic and organic products, which employ herbs such as indigo and cassia rather than aggressive substances such as ammonia.
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    124 Hall St, Ste I-2
    Concord, NH US
  • Envision Salon and Spa
    Envision Salon & Spa's beautification pros pamper patrons' bodies from forehead to foot with a variety of decadent packages. During the spa manicure and pedicure, a nail technician gently curtails cuticles before trimming and buffing nails. A coat of polish finishes off the two-hour treatment, leaving glove- and sock-stuffers as shiny and fresh as a glass lemon. The three-hour spa-refresher package adds a facial to the mix, using custom-blended products to suit any skin type or prosthetic nose prototype. For a full-body brush-up, opt for the four-hour spa delight package, which also includes an aromatic mud detoxification wrap that extracts toxins to leave skin more energized than a high-school mascot at halftime.
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    20 Mary E Clark Dr
    Hampstead, NH US
  • Synthesis Spa
    Situated on the verdant, castle-like grounds of the Radisson hotel, Synthesis Spa cultivates a tranquil haven for its all-encompassing roster of skincare and aesthetic treatments. Aestheticians recruit customized microdermabrasion, facials, and powerful Comfort Zone skincare products to help combat signs of aging and overly indented dimples. They can also outline simple, at-home skincare techniques to keep freshly refurbished façades glowing as brightly as a lava lamp inside a supernova. While therapists' hands glide over tense muscles with organic, 100% jojoba oil during soothing massages, spa staffers further gussy up epidermises with thorough mani-pedis, makeup applications, and hair-removal services that employ Bombshell strip wax and Azulene hard wax. To bolster relaxation, Synthesis Spa grants guests access to the Radisson's Atlantis Sports Club, a full-service facility brimming with calming accoutrements. Patrons can singe calories with cardio equipment or a dry sauna before diving into heated pools that, like the best-trained houseplants, reside both indoors and outdoors.
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    141 State Route 101A
    Amherst, NH US
  • Main Salon
    Owners Patrick Pezzati and Chandra Hancock opened their first Turn It Up! store in 1995 and now oversee four Western Massachusetts locations of the Valley Advocate reader-approved music emporium. Physical media of all shapes and sizes lines store shelves, including rare and out-of-print CDs, vinyl, DVDs, cassettes, and VHS tapes, and customers can trade in their own collections in exchange for cash or a fully functioning kinescope. Music lovers can also peruse a collection of posters and accessories to assist in public displays of band devotion. Select locations host in-store performances by area musicians, providing more appealing background music than store poltergeists’ attempts at doo-wop harmonies.
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    64 Main St
    Keene, NH US

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