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Nail Salons in San Antonio, TX

If you’re looking for nail salons in San Antonio, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re in desperate need for a manicure, want to reward your hard-working feet with a soothing pedicure, or are searching for the best nail salons in San Antonio, we’ve got you covered. Plus, we’ve also gathered our very best nail salon tips and advice to help you make the most out of your visit, covering a plethora of topics from how much to tip your manicurist to how to make your nail polish last longer. So read on and get ready to learn everything you ever wanted to know about nail salons in San Antonio and then some!

Ricci & Capricci Beauty Salon & Spa

Location: Terrell Heights

 

Located inside Sola Salon Suites is this beauty haven owned and operated by Aveda-trained stylist Sylvia Gonzalez who brings a sense of precision and perfectionism to every hair she snips, every brow she waxes, and every nail she paints. But don’t take our word for it—here’s what some satisfied Groupon customers had to say about their mani-pedi experience with Sylvia:

 

Sylvia did a spa pedicure for me. Very thorough and professional work. Will definitely recommend friends to go to Ricci and Capricci.” - Rahul V.

 

“Best pedi I have ever had. Will go back and recommend it highly. Great service.” - Robin


“Sylvia was very accommodating. Nice atmosphere and great service! My nails look great. Would return.” - Hannah S.

How to Make a Manicure Last Longer:

 

Manicures can be expensive (well, slightly less expensive with our deals :) ), so you want to do everything you can to make your new look last as long as possible. Everything short of wrapping your hands in bubble wrap, that is. Here are a few less-drastic measures you can take to extend the life of your mani:

 

  • Moisturize: Apply a hand cream with vitamin E daily (ideally before bed)
  • Keep cuticles in check: After moisturizing, gently push cuticles back with an orange stick.
  • Wear gloves in cold weather: Winter weather can leave hands dry, which leads to chipped nails.
  • Take your vitamins: Vitamin E, calcium, and vitamin D are all linked to strong, healthy nails, so if you’re prone to brittle nails or breakage, make sure you’re getting enough of these nutrients in your diet.
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Linh Salon & Spa

Location: Forest Crest

Nail salon? Linh Salon & Spa is more like a nail palace, and the pedicure thrones are its focal point. Sectioned off by arched columns that make it feel like you’re relaxing in a semi-private gazebo, the pedicure stations are arranged back-to-back in a circle, ensuring each client has plenty of elbow room and feels like they’re the center of attention. The manicure stations follow a similar set-up and nail techs are known to offer customers a glass of wine to enjoy before their service. Aside of standard buff-and-polish jobs, the techs also offer powder dip manicures are similar to gel manicures in that they tend to go far longer without chipping.

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Can You Get a Pedicure If You Have Gross Feet?

 

It’s not unusual to feel self-conscious of your feet. But you should know that when it comes to corns, calluses, and other embarrassing foot issues, nail techs have seen it all—and they typically aren’t phased by any of it (we know because they told us). Here’s a rundown of common foot issues that totally shouldn’t stop you from booking your next pedicure:

 

 

  • Toenail fungus. Nail techs tell us they see clients with toenail fungus all the time—usually because the client doesn’t even know they have it. If you do know, don’t worry: the nail tools are totally sterilized after every use, so you won’t risk passing it o to someone else.

 

  • Yellow nails. This is usually caused by nail polish and the techs are used to it. They may even give you some tips to prevent it happening again.
  • Ingrown toenails. These are also common and nail techs may be able to help prevent it from becoming worse… but only to an extent. They’ll likely refer you to a podiatrist for more severe issues.

 

  • Corns/calluses/rough patches. Virtually everybody suffers from these, so don’t let that deter you from enjoying a little pampering.

 

 

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