In Search of the Best Pedicure in L.A.? Look No Further

Updated 04/27/19

There's no better way to achieve a state of bliss than with a good pedicure. Even if you're not the type to indulge, the payoff of having newly manicured nails and toes alone is worth a trip to the salon. A fresh mani-pedi makes even the most casual topknot-and-leggings ensemble instantly chicer. If you’re new to the L.A. area or simply looking for a different spot to get your toes in sandal-worthy shape, you can stop your hunt now—we’ve done all the necessary digging for you. We’ve gathered eight spots that will have you sitting in the lap of luxury, so go ahead and treat yourself. These are the top nail spas to get your toes summer-ready. Keep reading for the eight best pedicures in L.A. and then indulge in some much-deserved luxury.

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Côte Shop

Here's what you can expect from Brentwood salon Côte: a glass of rosé, ultra-luxe seating, and perfectly manicured toes using all-natural polish. The shop was opened by founders Mary Lennon and Leah Yari in 2014 and garnered a loyal following soon after. Côte offers a Classic pedicure ($30) and Luxe pedicure ($50) that includes a hot stone foot massage, collagen treatment, and sugar scrub.

Côte Shop
11714 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, 90049
(310) 820-0906

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Two Brown Eyed Girls

If you're on the hunt for a pedicure with a more detailed touch, Two Brown Eyed Girls is the spot to try for your nail art needs. The bright, airy shop offers plush seating to enjoy an hour of pampering. Standard pedicures start at $30, but a hydrating treatment can be added on for an additional $10, while a gel pedicure will run $60.

Two Brown Eyed Girls
1864 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, 90025
(310) 444-3900

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Beauty Box Salon & Nails

The Beauty Box in Echo Park is a salon in every sense of the word. It provides full services for not only haircare but also a complete round of nailcare. The Beauty Box offers four types of pedicures, starting at $40 with a classic pedi. The Vinylux Pedicure ($40) is a high-shine polish option that removes the same as regular polish. Upgrade your pedi with the Lush Pedicure for $50 or opt for a gel instead ($54).

Beauty Box Salon & Nails
1498 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, 90026
(213) 250-1515

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The Ritz-Carlton

Make a day trip out of your pedicure with a visit to the Ritz-Carlton Spa, which offers a 50-minute classic pedicure for $75. If you're searching for a more extravagant indulgence, the spa also offers a Marula Foot Ritual ($120) that uses Himalayan salt and African oils to soothe tired legs and feet before finishing off with the usual pedicure and polish.

The Ritz-Carlton Spa
900 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, 90015
(213) 763-4400

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Olive & June

A bright, airy interior and sky-high wall of color options are what greet you upon entering Olive & June in Beverly Hills. This chic salon specializes in detailed designs and a variety of services. A standard pedi starts at $35 and gel at $50, but the treatments don't stop there. The salon offers "The Emma," a pedicure service for moms-to-be that includes all-natural products ($50), as well as "The Margot," an eco-friendly, natural pedi ($50).

Olive & June
430 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, 90210
(310) 247-0500

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Luxe Nail & Spa Boutique

The Luxe, located in the Miracle Mile District of L.A., is not only a gorgeous salon but also offers incredibly fair pricing for the luxurious experience. A classic pedi starts at $28, while Le Luxe, which includes an exfoliating scrub and extended massage, runs for $40. Pull out all the stops with Luxe’s Le Rève pedicure ($70), which includes a paraffin treatment, hydrating mask, massage, and scrub.

Luxe Nail & Spa Boutique
5412 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90036
(323) 549-9866

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California Home + Design

Offering spacious, comfortable seating and complimentary mimosas to boot, Kure Spa in Silver Lake is a must-try for East Siders. Pedicures start at $25 and include essential oils, a house-made sugar scrub treatment, and massage. All-natural polishes are also available for an eco-friendly option.

Kure Spa
2378 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles, 90039
(323) 668-1234

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Four Seasons

Treat yourself to the ultimate pedicure session at the Four Seasons Spa. A classic pedi ($90) includes a soak, massage, and polish, and you can upgrade to gel for $130. You can also opt for the Signature Pedicure ($140), which includes a sugar scrub, paraffin treatment, and massage.

Four Seasons
300 S. Doheny Drive, Los Angeles, 90048
(310) 273-4444

Keep reading for even more amazing nail salons around Los Angeles, this time focusing on the best manicures in town.

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