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Glitz & Glamour as The Nail Boutique Officially Launches in Lekki – Socialites, Celebrities & Media Personalities graced the event | Photos & Scoop

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On Sunday the 5th of February, The Nail Boutique – an upscale retail nail salon in Lekki Phase one – opened its doors for business. The launch event, which had in attendance socialites, corporate professionals and media personalities signaled the beginning of quality nail care service in Lekki and the Island in general.

Situated at No 5b, Wole Ariyo street, Lekki Phase One, The Nail Boutique offers specialist manicures, pedicures and nail extension services, including acrylic and gel nails in an environment that is not only beautiful, but fun and relaxing to be in.

Guests at the launch were treated to beautiful music, cocktails, finger-food, manicures and luxury pedicure sessions. Some also went home with personal nail-care kits, scented candles and other souvenirs.

The owner of the Nail Boutique thanked guests for coming and stated that the mission of establishment was to build a branded chain of nail salons in Nigeria committed to providing clients with a unique environment and unprecedented levels of service where they can relax and enjoy expert services in a comfortable and social setting. She assured them that the quality of service at The Nail Boutique would not be compromised and then invited them to enjoy 20% discounts on all services on Valentine’s Day.

Guests proceeded to tour the space, which consists of Pedicure stations with side-tables where one could keep their mobile devices, drinks, books, etc, while getting a pedicure. The pedicure stations are also thoroughly cleaned after every service, as cleanliness is one of the core values of the business.

There are also in-built outlets in the manicure stations where customers can charge their devices while also getting a manicure and nail extension service.

Customers would be offered any drink of their choice on the menu and benefit from free Wi-Fi.

The members of staff are all professionals and undergo regular trainings to ensure service quality and professionalism.

For more information about The Nail Boutique, their products, services and special offers, visit their website – www.thenailboutique.ng, follow them on Twitter (@NailBoutiqueNG), Instagram and Facebook (@TheNailBoutiqueNG). You can also call them on +2348180003526 or email [email protected] to book appointments and make reservations.

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9 Comments

  1. Ouch!

    February 10, 2017 at 4:40 pm

    Congrats Dear. I wish ur success

  2. Keeping it real

    February 10, 2017 at 6:47 pm

    Acrylic nails and other fashionable artificial nails causes infertility in some women and causes the feotus to stop growing and for some women, miscarriages. I went for an OB/GYN Chinese event and most of the women giving the talk were Chinese and Vietnamese women who have been in this business all their lives. Most of them needed from 6months to a year to be away from such ‘nail fixing’ environment to be able to conceive and birth a healthy child.
    Don’t mean to be a downer, but always good to be cautious. It doesn’t affect every woman, but do you want to be part of the affected statistic? Those at child bearing age avoid this business as much as they can or get granny to fill in for them. I guess it’s got to do with the components of these fillers.. It was so eye opening. I went there for conference on natural ways of keeping the waistline in check and decided to sit in for other speakers as well.
    #Justsaying. I love me some beautiful sexy nails though…But hey…..If the shoes fit…

    • Igbeyinadun

      February 12, 2017 at 8:30 pm

      This is enlightening, thank you.

  3. Bibi

    February 10, 2017 at 8:28 pm

    When money talks..

  4. Nenye

    February 11, 2017 at 5:15 am

    Wow. This place is beautiful. Definitely stopping by soon

  5. missnk

    February 11, 2017 at 9:29 pm

    The place looks lovely and I like that their prices are on the website. Its a pet peeve for me to constantly email Nigerian businesses for their prices

    • Fred

      February 12, 2017 at 9:17 am

      Very valid point. Nigerian businesses too often tend to hide their prices from the public view. “Call for pricing”, “Email for pricing” and so on is what you get with most of them.

    • Nuna

      February 13, 2017 at 9:01 am

      I absolutely detest that rubbish. Once I see DM for price, be rest assured I’m never contacting you

    • Tosin

      February 14, 2017 at 9:24 am

      It looks lovely.
      I’ll never go, I don’t do such, not even hair salons, but beautiful interior.

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