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Where To Find The Best Manicures In London

BY: Paula Holmes | 18 May 2015
Where To Find The Best Manicures In London

If your nails are in need of some tender loving care or you fancy jazzing them up with nail art, then these top manicures will have your hands feeling pampered in no time. Here are the best manicures in London that are well worth a visit.

Sophie Gass

Sophie Gass in Holland Park is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a spot of pampering for your hands. The Shellac manicure is proven to last three weeks chip free and the rose scented scrub applied after the manicure will leave your hands literally smelling of roses. Inside the salon is also jewellery and clothes for sale if you feel like shopping afterwards.  A luxury manicure starts from £42.

Sophie Gass, 4 Ladbroke Grove, London, W11 3BG.

WAH Nails at Topshop

If you are looking to experiment with nail art, WAH Nails at Topshop in Oxford Circus is the place to go. The nail technicians are highly skilled and can offer you numerous designs, or why not come up with your own. They offer everything from gems and crystals to intricate nail pen work and designs. Definitely make an appointment, as it can be very busy during peak shopping hours. Nail art starts from £25.

WAH Nails Topshop, Lower Ground Floor, 214 Oxford Street, London, W1D 1LA

Cheeky Parlour

When you are rushed for time, the Cheeky Parlour is the perfect place to give your nails a much-needed makeover. The Paint Job is priced at a very purse friendly £8, the File, Shape & Paint £10 and the CHEEKY Works Manicure is £15. If you want to add nail art, this can be done at £1.50 a nail.  Make sure to book online to avoid disappointment, although they also do walk-ins throughout the day. Order a drink from the bar and enjoy!

CHEEKY Parlour, 64-66 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, London E2 7DP

Blow Ltd

As well as offering blow dries in this blow-dry bar, Blow Ltd also has a speedy manicure service at the ready. Manicures take just 15 minutes, so easily fitting in a quickie on your lunch hour. Prices for a manicure start at £15 and they use top brand nail polishes like Essie and Leighton Denny. If you have enough time stick around for a 30-minute blow-dry from £25.

Blow Ltd, 8 Slingsby Place, St Martins Courtyard, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9AB


Hula Nails

Hula Nails is a vintage tiki beauty parlour in Old street started by Georgia Amador who after working in MAC for many years decided to open her own beauty parlour. You will find Hawaiian wall coverings, plush velvet sofas and nods to burlesque. A manicure varnish starts at £15 to a set of gels at £36, which dries instantly and should leave you chip-free for 2-3 weeks. The beauty parlour also offers waxing services, spray tans, eyelash services and hair extensions.

Hula Nails, 203-205 Whitecross Street, EC1Y 8QP


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