Some more for October

Thoughts of Christmas nails are at the front of our minds! We’ve ordered some bling and hope to have a play very soon! It seems like a long time away but will be here before we know it. Already pretty booked up for the week before Xmas!

Booking now for Christmas… why not give a Gift Voucher for one of our treatements
Eye treatments make a great present. Book now, appointments filling up

Book Early  for Christmas at The Nail Workshop


About The Nail Workshop

The Nail Workshop has 20 years experience in nail technology and specialises in bitten nails!!! Having trained with CND (Creative, Shellac), Gelish and Bio Sculpture Gel, The Nail Workshop has the expertise in providing tailored nail treatments and nail anatomy advice to meet the individual needs of each client. We are all so very different in nail shape and lifestyle, The Nail Workshop offers several different systems which include CND/Nail Harmony ProHesion Acrylic, Silk, Fibreglass, Gelish Hard Gel, CND Brisa Gel system, Gel II, Gelish, Shellac, Gelux and Artistic Colour Gloss. All these systems can be applied as overlays to your own nail plate, over tips for added length or as a sculpture. The client can have a natural, a permanent French, colour or tailored nail art finish. There are over two hundred colours and designs to choose from. Fed up with your Eyebrows, finding it hard to look after them? The Nail Workshop offers MyBrowz, High Definition Brows! We can shape your brows using advanced techniques to give you the arch, shape, and colour to suit you, identifying brow shape to match the face. We will • Measure between eyebrow and eye to find the right width and length • Thread and wax excess hair above and below the eyebrow • Trim and shape excess hair to create the ideal shape • Use tweezers to create the right laser sharp line • Tint eyebrow to disguise bald patches, darken the hair or give a much fuller look • Use a correction pencil and mineral make up if any final corrections are needed. Tinting – all brow hairs, this will include the ‘fluffy’ ones around the brows so that we have the maximum hair to work with to get the best shape for you. The tint we use is a special, high pigment tint to give a longer lasting result, more so than traditional tints. We mix the tint according to your present colouring and desired result. Waxing – both above and below the brows . Using the HD Brow guidelines we achieve the shape which is tailored to suit you. Threading - of the ‘fluffy’ hairs surrounding the brows to blend in to the hairline. Tweezing – to perfectly fine tune your shape. Trimming – any long hairs so that all of your brow hairs lie perfectly in their newly defined shape. Aftercare – Some clients will need eyebrow pencil or powder to fill in any gaps in the brows whilst we encourage you to regrow any previously over plucked areas. We then apply a brow wax to set your gorgeous new brows into place. Sleek and perfect shaped eyebrows can help you save time in the morning for make-up,they round up and open your face. Eyebrows may seem of no importance at first glance, but when you pay attention to details, you realize that the shape ofyour eyebrows can significantly affect the overall appearance. The Nail Workshop Specialises in Facial/Brow Threading. What is the difference from Waxing, Tweezersor Sugaring? Threading is an ancient method of hair removal becoming more popular in the UK. We will use a pure, thin, twisted cotton thread which is rolled over untidy eyebrows, hairlines, moustaches and facial hair, plucking the hair at the follicle level. Unlike tweezing where a single hair is pulled out each time, threading can remove an entire row of hair, resulting in a straighter line. The twisting action traps the hair and lifts it out of the follicle. The results can last from two to four weeks. Threading is an alternative for those with sensitive skin as the top layers of skin are not traumatized or peeled. Threading is extremely sanitary. Nothing but the thread touches the skin, and it's thrown away after use. No chemicals are applied on the skin. When people have certain conditions, or are taking medicines that conflict with waxing and sugaring, they can still have threading done.
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