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Nail salon

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Bed-Stuy »

The salon uses polishes free of certain chemicals and offers services to home-bound seniors at no cost.

Crown Heights »

Salons in Crown Heights, Park Slope and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens closed their doors on Tuesday.

Greenwich Village »

Police are looking for a man they say burglarized Greenwich Village's Peony Nails Spa.

Woodside »

Grace Nail Salon opened three months ago on Skillman Avenue, according to owner Grace Lee.

Jackson Heights »

Va Sean Brielle Salon on Roosevelt Avenue features eight-foot-tall pedicure "thrones" for customers.

SoHo »

Paintbox offers high-end designs starting at $35.

SoHo »

Tenoverten, which has locations in TriBeCa and Midtown, will open a new location in SoHo on Wednesday.

New York City »

Relaxation seekers shared tips for finding respite without spending a ton of money.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Joyful Nails plans to open in a 1,340-square foot space at 35 Avenue A.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The family-friendly salon on First Avenue, set to open in the coming months, will cater to the neighborhood's new families.

Downtown »

A TriBeCa salon, called tenoverten, gives customers iPads to use while their getting their nails done.