We're in London AND Birmingham this May! 2 cities, 2 pop up shops🛍 >

6 Black-Owned London Nail Salons To Give Your Nails Some TLC

There’s nothing like getting your nails done to feel refreshed and pampered, especially after so long away from the salon. Whether you’re looking for colour-popping nail art or just some fingertip TLC, these 6 London nail salons guarantee camera-ready results – and they’re all black-owned. Get a manicure and support a black-owned business? It’s a no-brainer.

Colour Riot Nails

‘London’s most colourful nail studio’ has been in Shoreditch since 2012, led by passionate manicurist Tinu who has built up an impressive celebrity fanbase in her many years of experience.

48 Hanbury Street, London, E1 5JL

The Nail Room & Co

Natural nail care, treatments and stunning designs without the use of harmful chemicals, and with cruelty-free and vegan options for their polishes. The Hackney-based salon operates on an appointment-only basis and prides itself on its focus on strong, healthy nails.

42 Chatsworth Road, London, E5 0LP


AMA’s entire nail bar experience, from the treatments to the salon’s ambiance, are the brainchild of Ama Quashie, one of the entertainment industry’s most influential manicurists. Their ‘menu’ features extensive cruelty-free and vegan options.

340 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, SW9 8QH

Awe London

AWE stands for accuracy, wellness, and experience – the three pillars that define the elite quality of beauty treatments they deliver.

153 High Road, South Woodford, E18 2PA

Lee Archer Nails

Named after its founder and owner, this south London salon is loved for its outstanding high-quality nail and beauty treatments carried out by a team of nail technician professionals.

29 Sangley Road, Lewisham, SE6 2DT

Shop nail polish on Jamii >

Queen Esther Spa

Manicures are just one of the pamper offerings at Queen Esther Spa, where their classic treatments will restore your nail to shining health.

80 Atlantic Road, Brixton, SW9 8PX

15 Black-owned Mother’s Day gifts that are as special as she is >

Thirsty? Check out these 11 Black-owned bars in London >

14 Black-owned restaurants in London >