If you've missed your last few pedicures and your feet are in need of a complete overhaul, look no further than Nails and Brows in Mayfair. Opened by Hershesons-trained beauty therapist Sherrille Riley in 2012, the salon takes its cues from Dubai, where grooming is always an indulgent, no-fuss experience. The beautiful townhouse is instantly calming, with the decision to have the brow and nail bars on separate floors being a stroke of genius - no one likes a relaxing pedicure with a hairdryer buzzing nearby. While there are several treatments to choose from based on your budget and the state of your toes, we would always recommend the most luxurious package, the Green and Spring pedicure. Not only does it include all of the traditional components of a pedicure, from removing dry skin to scrubbing the feet, there's also a leg and arm massage and a hot paraffin wax treatment to finish. Baby feet? Check!
Pedicures at Nails and Brows (nailsandbrows.me) cost from £39 for 30 minutes.
Bliss is known for its tongue-in-cheek approach to beauty, and its menu of pedicures is no different. For those with cracked heels, opt for the 'Heel'-lelujah! Pedicure; for swollen feet, book in for the cold feet pedicure.
Pedicures at Bliss () cost from £45 for 40 minutes.
Our new favourite salon is DryBy, the brainchild of the Hungarian sisters Krisztina van der Boom and Anita Puluczkai. Inspired by the spa culture in their native Budapest as well as the nail salons and blow-dry bars in New York, DryBy is the ultimate pitstop for a pampering session. The pedicures take place downstairs in the cooly-decorated basement (think modern pink armchairs and white-washed brick walls), with Prosecco on tap. A luxe treatment with a medical edge, we left with baby-soft feet painted to perfection. Pedicures at DryBy (dryby.co.uk) cost from £30 for 45 minutes.
Delivering on its promise of perfection, even after 2 weeks, we wouldn't book anywhere else but Aveda for a pre-holiday Shellac pedicure. Plus, there are salons across the country.
Shellac pedicures at Aveda () cost from £43 for 45 minutes.
For a practical method, look no further than Margaret Dabbs' Medical Pedicure. Feet are fully inspected by a podiatrist and finished with a perfectly polished pedicure.
Margaret Dabbs (Margaretdabbs.co.uk) Medical Pedicure, £80 for 45 minutes.
Taking a New York approach to beauty, you can drop in to Nails & Brows and the friendly team will manage to squeeze you in. Whether you book in for a pampering hour or express treatment, we recommend choosing a colour from the Kure Bazaar selection.
Pedicures at Nails & Brows (Nailsandbrows.me) cost from £26 for a file and polish.
When we have time to sit back and relax while someone tends to our toes, we always head to Urban Retreat's Nail Loft. With a vast selection of Leighton Denny Expert Nail shades and the comfiest chairs we've come across, this is the perfect way to spend an afternoon.
Pedicures at the Nail Loft at Urban Retreat (Urbanretreat.co.uk) cost from £57 for 60 minutes.
Taking an indulgent pedicure to the next level, Cowshed combines a traditional pedicure with a foot and leg massage. We love the oversize comfy chairs and the on-demandSex & the Cityepisodes.
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