We’ve been sitting tight since last fall for New York-born TenOverTen’s west coast debut, and that day has finally arrived. The non-toxic nail salon has landed at Culver City’s Platform, where it quietly opened its first LA outpost this past Thursday.
Sandwiched between Blue Bottle Coffee and Floral Art, the clean and minimalist space features white concrete block walls, walnut wood accents, industrial-modern lighting, an built-in iPhone chargers at every manicure station. Beauty buffs can choose lacquers from TenOverTen’s own eight-free polish collection alongside Essie and Chanel; nail services include the signature manicure ($25 for 25 minutes), luxe mani with hot stone massage ($35 for 35 minutes), signature pedicure ($40 for 35 minutes), custom pedicure with all-natural exfoliation and nourishing wrap treatment ($65 for 1 hour), kiddie manis and pedis ($15 to $25), and quickie polish changes ($10 to $12).
On top of a full menu of hair removal services (waxing for $12 to $70 and sugaring from $20 to $95), the nail salon also offers a curated boutique featuring skincare from brands like Cosmos, Herbivore, and Grown Alchemist; Beauty Dusts from Moon Juice; and TenOverTen’s in-house line of nail care products (including its 100% Natural Rose Cuticle Oil and polish removers).