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Manicures & Pedicures


Below is a list of businesses which provide Manicures & Pedicures services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   All About Nails - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 966-9572


Business Listing   American Nails - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 898-7607


Business Listing   Classy Nails - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 236-7600


Business Listing   Cole's Styling Salon - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 907-2415


Business Listing   Emiliano's Inspiration Salon - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 892-2510


Business Listing   Foxy Nails - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 236-3303


Business Listing   Get Lacquered Up - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 251-2611


Business Listing   Golden Nails Spa - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 236-8934


Business Listing   Hair Express - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 859-3909


Business Listing   Hollywood Nails Salon - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 844-1190


Business Listing   Jo-Ana'S Hair Salon - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 851-2309


Business Listing   Labelle Petite Beauty Salon - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 897-5678


Business Listing   Lee Nails - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 585-8682


Business Listing   Nail Art - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 375-9321


Business Listing   Nails Unique - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 844-0606


Business Listing   New Attitude Hair Design Ltd - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 820-3600


Business Listing   New Begin-Nings Nail Salon - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 801-1108


Business Listing   New Creations Beauty Shop - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 978-2515


Business Listing   Professional Nail - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 499-7005


Business Listing   Queen Nails - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 236-5548


Business Listing   Rita's Not Just Nails - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 897-9044


Business Listing   Rose Nail Salon - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 264-1263


Business Listing   Salon Adrielle - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 907-8881


Business Listing   V Nails Limited - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 236-1770


Business Listing   X-Quisite Nails - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 236-6338


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Helpful Definition for: Manicures & Pedicures

Manicure is a treatment for hands and fingernails. To be more precise, it is a beauty treatment. The process includes shaping of nails, filing of nails along with massaging the hands with lotions and oils extracted from herbs, flowers, etc. Manicure and Pedicure treatment in Aurora ensures that the hands and nails are maintained in a healthy way. Pedicure is a beauty treatment for feet. Pedicure not only involves cleaning of nails but also involves the process of removing dead cells accumulated on the feet. These dead cells are removed with the help of pumice stone. There are specific tools used for manicure and pedicure. These are nail filers, cuticle remover to remove cuticles, cuticle creams and oils to ensure healthy growth of nails, nail clippers, nail polish remover, nail polish, etc. Warm water should be used while doing manicure and pedicure. Both the treatments should be done by manicure and pedicure specialists. Both the treatments should be continued for minimum of thirty minutes for good results. One should be very careful while using the tools since the same tools are used on all customers in the salons. The tools should be properly disinfected before using it each time for hygienic reasons.

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