London Grace

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London Grace is a sociable nail experience, and there's no reason why the party can't start early

They have manicures and pedicures to suit everyone, there's even an option to have 3D embellishments and glitter. Be sure to have a cocktail whilst you're being pampered or, a coffee if you're not ready to start on the hard stuff.

28.12.2016  |  Telegraph

London Grace has been widely recognised as a pampering paradise

With the bright and carefree atmosphere providing a chic escape from the daily chaos of city life. Treatments cost from £9 to £37.

22.11.2016  |  The Week

The bride and her right-hand women are in need of a fun, relaxing and pampering treat and London Grace is just the place

The week in the lead up to your big day has to be one of the most exciting, yet stressful times during the wedding planning period. With the happiest day of your life within reach, but a final todo list as long as your wedding dress train to get through, it is usually the unfailing members of the bridal party who come to the rescue! Needless to say when everything is finally in order, the bride and her right-hand women are in need of a fun, relaxing and pampering treat and London Grace is just the place.

20.05.2015  |  Ultimate Wedding Magazine

Beauty addicts can enjoy a selection of teas, soft drinks and cocktails as well as cakes and treats – while the talented technicians give them designer digits

As my nails are getting buffed, filed and painted (with London Grace’s own-brand polish, sourced personally by founder Kirsten to be free of nasties and good for your nails), I chat with Kirsten and her team about what makes London Grace so special. ‘I wanted to start a business that was more than just another nail salon,’ she tells me. This place certainly is that; upstairs, high tables and stools make it feel more like a cute, independent coffee shop than a salon, although the pedicure sofas at the rear give the game away. Downstairs, there’s a special area for groups – hen parties, celebrations, baby showers and the like.

15.07.2015  |  South West Resident's Journal