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Best Nail Salon: Polished Nail Spa

Location: Fargo

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Polished Nail Spa has been named best Nail Salon in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to be named the best nail salon in Fargo-Moorhead?

“It's humbling to see the continued support of our small business through the years by all of our loyal clients!” Owner Tom Huynh said.

Why do customers in Fargo-Moorhead choose you?

“The most important thing that sets us apart is the fact that we hire aspiring nail techs from local schools,” Huynh said. “We hire and train from ground zero, and up to this point, we have never hired a single nail tech with prior experience. We don't headhunt and snipe techs from other salons and our clients notice these things.”

  • Second: Fashion Nails
  • Third: NAILTIQUE
  • Fourth: Heaven Nail Spa
  • Fifth: Bling Nails & Spa- Fargo

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