Toronto manicure pedicure

Cheap manicure pedicure bars in Toronto

Manicure pedicure options abound in Toronto. After all, getting your nails done can be a lot like picking up a cup of coffee or going for sushi. And while there are options literally on every other street, sometimes you just want something fast and cheap. In Toronto, especially on busy blocks, there seem to be more and more nail salons cropping up. And perhaps for that reason, you don't have to fork over a whole lot if you're looking for a basic manicure or pedicure.

Sterilization is non-negotiable for me when dropping into a salon, but I could take or leave the iced lemon water and energy candles that sometimes come with a higher price.

If karma candles are your thing, though, this list probably isn't for you. But anyone looking for an affordable (around $15) manicure might want to check out some of the places listed below, as suggested by our followers on Twitter.

Urban Nail
On Danforth east of Broadview, Urban nail offers basic manicures for $15, pedicures for $25, and $35 for both. They also have waxing for basically every feasible surface of your body.

Lucy's Nails
Lucy's Nails at Dundas and High Park offers the cheapest manicure I've heard of in the city, at just $8. Pedicures are $18, and both hands and feet are $25. Cash only.

Mosheta Salon & Spa at Queen east of Bathurst and Yonge and Wellesley offers manicures for $15, pedicures for $20, and both for $30. It also specializes in Vajazzling for those for whom pretty hands and feet aren't quite enough.

Chic Nails
On College east of Crawford, manicures at Chic are $15, pedicures are $25, and both are $35. Said to be quick and easy.

Nice One Nails
A chain of salons with several locations in Toronto, Nice One at King and Dufferin quoted me $15 for a manicure, $25 for a pedicure, and $40 for both (meaning no special deal if you get hands and feet).

Tina Five Star Nails
At Pape and Danforth, Tina's is another one offering a $15 manicure, $25 pedicure, and $35 for both.

Planet Nails
Planet Nails at Yonge and Eglinton has $15 manicures, $25 pedicures, and $35 for both, but also advertises monthly specials on its website where you may be able to find a discount.

On Yonge between Lawrence and Eglinton, Nailsense offers $15 manis, $25 pedis, and $35 for both. Also has facials, waxing, and spa parties.

Star Nails (Parliament between Carlton and Gerrard)
Star Nails on Parliament between Carlton and Gerrard offers manicures for $15, pedicures for $25, and no special deal for both at $40.

Cozy Nails
Cozy Nails on Yonge north of Lawrence offers manicures for $15 (with French just +$2), pedicures for $28, and both for $40. Other services include waxing, facials, and massage.

Time for Nails and Spa
Other salon offering $15 manicures, $25 pedicures, and both for $35. At Bay north of Dundas, you can also get eyelash extensions and permanent makeup.

Joy Nails & Spa
One dollar more than the others asking $16 for manicures, Joy Nails at Eglinton and Avenue also offers pedicures for $29, and both for a seemingly arbitrary $42.

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