WAH! Nails

When visiting our nation’s capital of London with the princesses, my first stop is ALWAYS Topshop! With a fantastic selection of clothes, a huuuuge shoe boudoir, lola’s cupcakes, a nail, eyelash and brow bar, EAT and lots more why would you need to go anywhere else?!

So, in the words of Madonna, it is with great pleasure to know that Manchester’s Topshop is starting to “Get into the Groove”.

With an extended Shoe boudoir, a fabulous vintage section and now WAH Nails! But you must hurry; this is just a pop up store only and will be gone in the blink of an eye! And what a fabulous pop up store this is.

When visiting the WAH Nails’ station, my initial worries of “Oh God no, will this be just another nail bar with no friendly faces and the same old French acrylics etc” were instantly forgotten. On a rather subtle station located between the Accessories & Make Up Department on the third floor, the girls (or should I say artistes) are very friendly, welcoming and uber creative! Taking a look at the menu I can see sassy, interesting, gorgeous (and some bizarre) designs for your mitts! They include designs from Pink Leopard Print, Tuxedos, Polka Dots, Zebra Print, Hot Lips and much more.

For those of you who are a bit more daring and quirky there are designs such as The Eyeball, Skull & Cross Bones and Funny Bones. You can even make a statement spelling out words in bold letters across your nails. My ultimate favourite has to be the Gradient Glitter – of course, all things sparkly for a Princess!. The prices range from £12 up to £50, so there’s something for everyone! The main aim of WAH Nails is being creative, unique & fashionably stylish and with them being raved about in Grazia & Vogue, they are surely a must to visit whilst here for a limited time!

So hurry up Beauties, before WAH Nails leave and then we shall insist on a petition to bring them back! WAH Nails = Oh so Fine!

Visit WAH Nails online for more info.

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