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While summer may be winding down, there is still plenty of warm weather to show off a beautiful pedicure in your stylish summer sandals. And you can’t forget about a gorgeous manicure to complete it. Pittsburgh has tons of nail salons and spas that offer mani-pedis, but not all of them offer the service, selection and value of these five favorites. From luxury manicures for women and men to pedicure parties, you’ll find exactly what you need to pamper yourself. Treat your hands and feet to some serious TLC with an appointment at these salons considered the best in Pittsburgh.

Perfect 10 Nail Salon
1000 Greentree Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
(412) 921-2290
www.perfect10nailsalon.net

You’ll give Greentree’s Perfect 10 Nail Salon two beautifully manicured thumbs-up following your mani-pedi day. Its experienced nail technicians pride themselves on a clean, safe experience that will leave you with the most fashionable fingers and toes at fantastic prices. Pick from manicure services like gel nails, hand massages and cuticle care complete with polish by OPI, Essie and more, or spring for a pedicure that includes well-deserved foot massages, pumice stones and even nail art. Gift certificates for your favorite treatment are also available.

M Nail Salon
816 S. Aiken Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
(412) 918-1709
www.mnailsalonshadyside.com

M Nail Salon and its thoroughly trained technicians have everything you need to keep your tips and toes in tip-top condition. From luxury manicures/pedicures to gel and acrylic looks, there’s something sure to suit your style. Regardless of whether your nails need some basic TLC or a pampering polish, consistent appointments at this reputable salon are a guaranteed way to maintain your nails. M Nail Salon is situated in the city’s Shadyside neighborhood.

Vena’s Nail Boutique
2335 Carmel St.
Aliquippa, PA 15001
(724) 462-3334
www.venasnailboutique.com

The name Jeannie Hagaes has been synonymous with mani-pedis since opening Vena’s Nail Boutique in 1991. With nearly 25 years of experience, her clients flood her Beaver County boutique to ensure the best looking natural and artificial nails in the region. Whether you pick a mini pedicure or treat yourself to a set of acrylic nails, you can’t go wrong with Jeannie’s timeless yet trendy nail designs. Prices fall between $25-40 for manicures and $25-40 for pedicures, depending on the type and treatments. Vena’s Nail Boutique is conveniently located off I-379 in Aliquippa.

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Style Nail Spa
4063 Washington Road
Canonsburg, PA 15317
(724) 941-1719
www.stylenailspacanonsburg.com

Reliability, passion and skill are just some of the qualities Style Nail Spa customers will experience firsthand during their mani-pedi. Unique to this salon are its packages and combinations that allow you to pair your favorite mani-pedi or beauty treatments together at a great price. Popular packages include its express manicure and pedicure for $38 and its gel mani/gel pedi for $80. Individual nail services range between $15-65. Artificial nails and shellac polishes are also available. Find Style Nail Spa in the heart of Canonsburg.

Shear Perfection
169 Valley View Road
Imperial, PA 15126
(412) 788-2888
www.myshearperfection.com

If a total nail makeover is what you have in mind, head to Shear Perfection, a salon and MediSpa that promises a pampering mani-pedi experience. Pick your favorite manicure type and pair it with the perfect pedicure for a rejuvenating, long-lasting look. Manicures range from $17-35. Pedicures are priced between $40-50. Be sure to join the Shear Perfection mailing list for updates on specials on manicures and pedicures as well as the salon’s other services, including haircuts, waxing, teeth whitening and more. Shear Perfection is located minutes from the Pittsburgh International Airport in Imperial.

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Jessica Wasik is a graduate of Robert Morris University with a degree in English Studies. In addition to writing, Jessica enjoys coaching figure skating, photography and spending time with her family, friends and her dog. She is also a contributing writer for Examiner.com. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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