“This downtown destination is well-known for its classic cucumber pedicure—and for good reason. The salon’s simplicity makes it a standout.” – Sarah Leon, Web Editor
Pedicure at Sweet Lily, starting at $52, sweetlilyspa.com.
“A serene location in the Parker Meridien— offering the chicest colors (Chanel's Mysterious was my favorite when I needed a lift out of the winter doldrums). And they give the best shoulder massage in midtown.” –Regan Solmo, Managing Editor
Luxe Pedicure at Tenoverten Salon, $55, leparkermeridien.tenoverten.com.
“Such a wonderful spot—very quiet and serene, and the best service.” – Tina Huynh, Assistant Jewelry Editor
Pedicure at SPANAIL, starting at $45, spanail.net.
“Their new Tom Ford Neroli Portofino pedicure is totally decadent. It starts with Ford's Body Oil and Moisturizer, and ends with a Tom Ford nail shade—my favorite is Sugar Dune.” – Jane Larkworthy, Beauty Director
Pedicure at John Barrett Salon, $125, johnbarrett.com.
"This new subterranean spa has pedicure chairs separated by curtains so I can get 100% into my relaxation zone. I use Essie gel for my toes—it lasts a month." – Katie Becker, Beauty Editor
Pedicure at The Red Door in Union Square, starting at $68, reddoorspas.com.
“Designed by the architect John Coughlan, Jin Soon Choi’s spa is the ultimate destination for relaxation.” - Claudia Mata, Jewelry and Accessories Director
Pedicure at Jin Soon Natural Hand-Foot Spa in the East Village, starting at $32, jinsoon.com.
“A luxe pedicure in the back patio always feels like a mini vacation, but I would be remiss if I didn’t also mention that Primp & Polish has the best polish selection in Williamsburg.” - Sue Williamson, Digital Editorial Associate
Milk & Honey Pedicure at Primp & Polish, $57, primpandpolish.com.