Best of Newburyport
Best of Newburyport Nail Salon
Nails 2001 is a family run Newburyport nail salon established in 1996, offering top notch service, competitive pricing and a broad selection of nail care services. Whether you are in need of a basic mani –pedi or extensive pampering, Nails 2001 is your destination.
Many clients enjoy traditional manicures and pedicures but Nails 2001 also offers gels and acrylics too. Do you wish you didn’t need to get your nails done so often? Gel polishes are a great option for both hands and feet and they last much longer than traditional polishes. In fact they even stay on after a vacation to the beach! Do you wear acrylics? Gels can be applied over acrylic nails too.
Nails 2001 is the perfect Newburyport nail salon to help you primp for a special occasion or just reward yourself with some well deserved pampering. Indulge with the spa pedicure treatment. In addition to the basic services, the spa pedicure includes a luxurious orange sugar salt scrub, foot mask, hot towels, and extra massage. This is a must try and the perfect gift to give to a special friend or family member.
If you prefer to plan ahead, call for an appointment or just walk in at a time that is convenient for you. Nails 2001 is open seven days per week during the Summer, and six days during the Winter months.
45 Storey Avenue
Newburyport, MA 01950
Mon – Sat 9:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Sunday 10:30 AM – 4:30 PM
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