Rated best Nail Salon in Bow
the only nail salon open late
Who Are We?
We are a Nail Salon based near Bow offering Manicures, Pedicures, Shellac Gel Polish and Acrylic extensions. We cater for any occasion whether that be for birthdays, hen do’s or a girls night out.
To provide our customers with the ultimate pampering experience; beginning with a beverage in one hand, a social scene in-between and a stunning set of nails in the end.
Under the care of our accustomed, delicate and receptive team, we’ll have you feeling glamorous as soon as you enter Trieu Nails. To us, each visitor is an individual, and each treatment is a highly personal affair. We’ll help echo your uniqueness and your stylish personality. Come here as guests, leave as friends.
Trieu Nails, Trieu to you.
Trieu Nails offers a large variety of treatments, beverages, merchandise, packages and memberships.
All of which give you a wide selection in terms of choice and is available to you all year round.
Before & Aftercare
At Trieu Nails we want to help you get the most out of your experience and enjoy your treatment for up to two weeks.
Upon consultation we will provide you with some advice regarding how to best maintain your Trieu Nails before and after care.
|Tue:||12:00 – 21:00|
|Wed:||12:00 – 21:00|
|Thu:||12:00 – 21:00|
|Fri:||12:00 – 21:00|
|Sat:||12:00 – 19:00|
|Sun:||12:00 – 19:00|
What our customers say
We’re rated the best nail salon near Bow by our customers
The bustling Bow Road has an industrial feel, while a 10-minute walk will bring you to Victoria Park, with the pretty canal running alongside. Roman Road is also a hive of activity, with a market on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays offering clothes, accessories, furniture and food.
Bow is often termed “the roman” in reference to the high street Roman Road and is a district in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
The area has undergone a huge regeneration of public spaces as well as council homes, which was kick-started by the 2012 London Olympic games which was hosted specifically in the neighbouring Stratford. The London Bow area includes namely Victorian and Mile End park along Regents Canal, Old Ford and the Fish Island.
Similar to the rest of the East End, the bow area has characterised itself from the industrial wasteland to the land of opportunity. With a range of council homes in side with new generation buildings, its form of home ownership is connected to the local people’s ability to pay as oppose to the current market value.
The not so peculiar name “Bow” derived its name from the bow-shaped, three arched bridge that was built over the River Lea in the early 12th century on the orders of Queen Matilda (who had tumbled over when crossing the bridge to Barking Abbey). The London Bow area, encompassing Roman Road E3, like the most of the East End, has had a radical history.
Suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst based herself in Bow, and in 1912 Labour politician George Lansbury forced a by-election in his Bow and Bromley, only to lose to his conservative opponent, over the issue of women’s suffrage. Also, Match girls working at the Bryant and May factory famously when on strike in the summer of 1888 and won allowances from their employer, however still continued to work with toxic white phosphorus.
Bow used to be amongst the poorest boroughs in London and home to Grime artist such as Wiley and Dizzee Rascal, however it has seen rapid gentrification. It is incredibly family friendly, especially the Roman Road area. It boasts plenty of independent shops and cafe and in the Broadway market which is only a short joyful stroll across Victoria Park. Roman Road as oppose to the busy Bow Road is actually the area’s main shopping street.
Our manicure tips, tricks, trends…
When it comes to choosing the shellac or gel colour on your manicure or your SNS colour you face so many choices – especially at Trieu Nails London where you have over 100 colours to choose from.
So we thought that on this particular occasion we’d advise you on colour choices and to not confuse the matter anymore with colour complexities, balances and infusions we want to give colour choices to you on a single plate!
Red Hot Nails!
That was the name of Trieu Nails London before the branding and for good reason! If there was one shade of nail colour for your manicure that you had to choose for the rest of your life it would be red. It’s just one of those all-time classic look. The London phone box or bus red is just one thing but you can choose maroons during winter and fiery red or orange gel colours during summer.
Nudes are incredibly popular and most common amongst our clients who work in offices and the professional services spaces. Naturally nudes go really well with short shaped natural nails so it’s a no brainer if you want to keep the whole professional look. Nude colours can range from mushroom brown to marshmallow pink. They subtly bring out the natural nail colour, making your nail plates look healthy and bright.
Oh how much we loved black nail polish in our teenage years. That London black taxi on our manicured nails is still a top basic nail colour amongst our clients. Dark navy and black have been incredibly popular choices during winter seasons.
If jet black is too tough for your taste buds or nail plates rather, then choose the deep navy blues, emerald greens or dark wine reds (to make it more palatable).
We’ll stop with the puns there I think…
Here at Trieu Nails London we have an incredible range of colours to choose from in our Shellac and gel manicure range. Our SNS Nails range also boasts of 60 different colours but you can opt to have shellac colour on top which really spoils you for choice.
We’ve got plenty of informative pieces on shellac nails and SNS nails which are more than just colour suggestions.