8 Spots In Montreal To Finally Get Some Funky Nail Art Done

Time to bring your nails back to life!
8 Spots In Montreal To Finally Get Some Funky Nail Art Done

There are a million and one things we missed during past lockdowns, and now that nail salons in Montreal can reopen, that list is getting a little smaller.

So if you're like me and have been waiting to bring your hands back to life — rejoice! The time is now.

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From trendy salons in the Old Port to fabulous spots outside of the city, there are plenty of incredible places where you can get a killer manicure.

Make sure to book your appointment quickly!

The Ten Spot

Address: Various locations in Montreal

Why You Need To Go: This spot is one of those places that you instantly fall in love with. Known for the employee's professionalism, cleanliness, and all-around greatness, The Ten Spot is a must for your post-quarantine pampering.

Candy Nail Bar

Address: 6218, rue St-Hubert, Montreal, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: Candy Nail Bar is opening back up on February 11. Known as one of the trendiest spots in Montreal, your nails will thank you for the visit. Even Val Plante has gotten her nails done here.

Regal Nails

Address: 5400, rue Jean-Talon O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Situated inside of Walmart, this nail salon is clean, affordable, and professional. You'll always leave with your nails looking fresh and the kind staff is always willing to help you pick a colour.

Le Hideout

Address: 168, rue Ann, Montreal, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: Le Hideout's decor makes you feel like you're in a brand new city. This funky yet calming spot offers numerous services and is one of the best-kept secrets in Montreal — but not for long.

Ongles Luxury Nails*

Address: 3235, ave. de Granby Local 49, Montreal, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: This spot does some of the coolest nail art in the city. Ask for what you want and you shall receive!

Ongles Style Nails

Address: 5831, ave. du Parc, Montreal, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: Clean, affordable and with a slew of polish options, this spot is a must-go for a fresh mani.

H&M Ongles & Coiffure

Address: 1600A, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: Located in the heart of Downtown, this salon does some of the best manicures in all of Montreal. And, while you're there, you can even get your haircut and a wax.

Château Des Ongles

Address: 7675, rue Saint-Denis, Montreal, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: With its crazy amount of nail colour options, Château Des Ongles will provide your nails with the pop of colour you've been searching for.

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