Hoboken Nail Salons

Hoboken Nail Salons

A list of Hoboken Nail Salons (most per square mile in New Jersey):

Hoboken Nail SalonsAdam Drum Salon
As U Wish Nail Spa
Bloom Spa
Charming Nails
Clipp One Hair Design
Dr Nail Salon
French Nails
Gotham Nails
Gotham Nails
Happy Nail
Hoboken Nails
Hoboken Nails And Spa
La Femme
Madison Nails
Makeovers Inc
Metropolitan Nail
Nail Atelier
Nail Concepts
Nail Studio.net
Navarra Nail Salon
Silver Nail
Soho Nails
The Nail Bar
Unique Nail II
Viva La Nail
Yissun Nails (Yi’s Sun)
Zenis Salon

Ever wonder how manicures and pedicures came to be?

Manicures began 5,000 years ago. French manicures are manicures designed to resemble natural nails, and are characterized by lack of base color, or natural pink base nails with white tips. The tips of the nails are painted white while the rest of the nails are polished in a pink or a suitable nude shade. French manicures may have originated in 18th-century Paris and were popular in the 1920s and 1930s. Read more about nail salons here.

Nail Salons which have closed

Shining Nails Salon

5 Responses

  1. JeniGump says:

    Hi Girls!

    I stopped biting my nails for New Years and if I can last until the end of the month, I’m going to get my first manicure. Thing is, I know jack shit about a good place to go in town. Yes, I know there is one on every corner and I could just go hunting but I would rather get your advice. I’m in on Willow by 7th but I would travel for a rave review.

    Thanks in advance!

  2. willowsailgirl says:

    Can someone please explain to me why in Hoboken all the Korean owned salons have Latinas doing all the pedicures?
    It’s the strangest thing, like as if in Hoboken the Koreans think they’re too good to work on people’s feet.
    At all the other salons in other towns in NJ that I’ve been to, if the salon is Korean owned, then everyone working there is also Korean. But not in Hoboken. In Hoboken you rarely see the Latinas doing manicures, only feet. Offending salons are Viva Nails on Washington and S&Nails on 1st street, just to name a few.

  3. kooky kat says:

    [quote comment=”38772″]Can someone please explain to me why in Hoboken all the Korean owned salons have Latinas doing all the pedicures?
    It’s the strangest thing, like as if in Hoboken the Koreans think they’re too good to work on people’s feet.
    At all the other salons in other towns in NJ that I’ve been to, if the salon is Korean owned, then everyone working there is also Korean. But not in Hoboken. In Hoboken you rarely see the Latinas doing manicures, only feet. Offending salons are Viva Nails on Washington and S&Nails on 1st street, just to name a few.[/quote]

    Hey willow, you should try the place on 7th and Willow. The sinks are always sanitized, and I am pretty sure they are all hispanic women. They don’t talk shit about you while you’re there getting your nails done, they are very respectful. :) And again, most importantly CLEAN. (cheap too!)

  4. amelia1623 says:

    Hi – Im looking for a good nail salon that does natural looking gel nails – not thick and fake

    Ive gotten a gel manicure at Modern Nails – but the gel didnt last as long as it should. only a week, which is the same as a regular manicue.

    Please write back with where to go for good quality, NATURAL, looking GEL nails (not acrylic) – and what manicurist you had so that i can make an appointment.

    Thanks!!

    • Foxhound Girl says:

      Hello Amelia,

      I am not sure if you have found a nail spa yet but I HIGHLY recommend As “U” Wish nail spa located on 104 Hudson Street, 2nd Floor and a FABOLOUS hair salon on the 3rd floor name Curu. I think you would love the manicure as they last 8-9 days and pedicures at least 3 weeks. Try it out and let me know if you LOVE it as much as I do!!!

      Google Asuwishnailspa.com or call 201.420.5959.[quote comment=”200560″]Hi – Im looking for a good nail salon that does natural looking gel nails – not thick and fake Ive gotten a gel manicure at Modern Nails – but the gel didnt last as long as it should. only a week, which is the same as a regular manicue. Please write back with where to go for good quality, NATURAL, looking GEL nails (not acrylic) – and what manicurist you had so that i can make an appointment.Thanks!![/quote]

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