In this day and age, a manicure and pedicure is far beyond just good grooming. It’s luxury. It’s also an art form. And it’s a great way to spend time with family and friends on a spa outing. St. Louis has lots of great venues for spend relaxing and luxurious time getting spruced up for that special occasion or just to enjoy for every day. Try one spa, or try them all. The experience is one you’ll want to repeat over and over again. 
La Petite Spa
318 North Euclid Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 361-7272

While you’re enjoying the great restaurants and shopping in the Central West End, stop in for a quick mani-pedi at La Petite Spa. Manicures and pedicures start at $20 and $35 with a huge assortment of amenities available for your pleasure. Acrylics are also available for those who enjoy the latest trend in nail fashion: silk and fiberglass! Pick your favorite. And while you’re at it, get a massage, facial, body wrap or choose from a wide array of other services. Regardless of what you choose, you’ll have a great time, and you’ll look great. Drop in and enjoy.

Ladue Nails & Spa
7737 Clayton Road
St. Louis, MO 63117
(314) 862-7722

At Ladue Nails & Spa, great manicures and pedicures are just a happy result of the bigger experience. The foundation of the business is service and making sure you experience every convenience when you walk through the door. Or should I say doors. Ladue has four locations. Each location offers very reasonably priced manicures starting at $16 and pedicures starting at $24. And don’t forget to peruse through the very long list of additional services, as well. Check out the Luxury Package Services and consider scheduling a group party. Ladue Nails is a one stop shop for all your mani-pedi needs, at any of the four locations.

Amor Nails And Spa
12528 D Olive Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63141
(314) 205-1909

Most spas focus on luxury and services. At Amor Nails, you’ll get all that and the reassurance that the utmost care and precaution is taken to assure your health is protected by using cutting edge sanitary techniques. You can never be too careful when searching out diligent practitioners, and Amor wants your experience to be worry free. Another worry you can leave at home is cost. Manicures start at $10, and acrylic sets start at $25. Consider an herbal manicure or pedicure. Additional services include eyebrow and body waxing and eyelash extensions. Check the website for discounts and to book parties.

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Salon De Christe’
2880 West Clay St.
St. Charles, MO 63301
(636) 939-2229

Everyone in St. Charles knows what a great place Salon De Christe’ is to spend an hour, afternoon, day to get the best spa services in town. As far as nail care goes, this salon has got it all. Natural nail care and cuticle care and shaping begins at $25. Not only does this include great grooming, but it’s also a great excuse to enjoy a relaxing hand massage. Pedicures start at $35 and are just as wonderful. The salon also offers nail enhancements with acrylics starting at $57 for a full set. And while you are scheduling your mani-pedi, consider a massage, facial or waxing, among the long list of other services. 

The Bend Salon And Barber
7973 Big Bend
Webster Groves, MO 63119
(314) 736-6900

The Bend Salon is a new twist on your typical salon or spa. After all, beauty and luxury isn’t reserved just for women. Men can find the same kind of service and comfort at The Bend Salon. Along with great spa services, the establishment also offers barber benefits. Yes, you can get great hair styles there, and finish your look off with a great mani-pedi. The affordable pricing, starting at $25 is the best reason to add on an extra service or two. Let the technicians give you a full set of acrylics or maybe just a fill-in. Regardless, there’s nothing that can’t be done for you at The Bend Salon and Barber.

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