Rated best Nail Salon near Cambridge Heath
the only nail salon open late
Who Are We?
We are a Nail Salon based near Cambridge Heath 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.
What our customers say
We’re rated the best nail salon near Cambridge Heath by our customers
Cambridge Heath refers to an area of Bethnal Green in the East End in London. It forms the very northern part of the Borough of Tower Hamlets and includes the canal-side walkway of Vyner Street, best known for its street art and galleries.
In Cambridge Heath, the Hare is one of the last public houses that has been opened since before 1900. It has been decried as the epitome of a ‘good, honest pub’ and one of the best 50 pubs in London by the Evening Standard.
The area hosted London’s first Catfest in the Oval Space in 2018 with guests having the chance to take photos with felines as well as street food and meeting shelter kittens.
Cambridge Heath forms the very northern part of the Borough of Tower Hamlets and Bethnal Green. It includes the canal-side walkway of Vyner Street best known for its street art and galleries.
Historically most of the residents have been poor especially in the streets around the Railway Line. Cambridge Heath Station itself opened on the Great Eastern Railway’s new branch line to in Enfield in 1872.
Cambridge Heath remains dominated by blocks of flats, which are predominantly council houses but more commonly new private residences and conversions, mostly targeted at young single professionals. Several of these projects have replaced former factories and warehouses, such as the 106 residential units built on the site of the Parmiter Street industrial centre.
Local commercial premises generally operate at the lower end of the market – with one startling exception: the old town hall is now a high end market hotel.
Our manicure tips, tricks, trends…
When you think of Nail Art you might be thinking of busy and over-the-top designs. As a result you might be put off and think Nail art at Trieu Nails London is not something for me. It’s not work wearable and too time consuming to apply.
However this is not the case. Trieu Nails London caters for all types of nail art, from the whacky ideas brought to us by our customers to a simple but carefully placed to give your nails that extra enthusiasm. We’ve got three minimalist options which we think you will really love!
The single dot Nail Art
You cannot get anymore more minimalist. We think it’s the perfect early step into the addictive world of Nail art at Trieu Nails London. The idea is to choose your usual favoured nail colour as the base and then choose a highly contrasting or even subtle shade of colour for the dot.
The French Twist
A classic French manicure consists of a pale pink on the nail plate with bright white exclusively across the tops of each nail plate. This is still nail art and you can decide to jazz up the colours and patterns. Who said you have to stick to the pink and white or even just a single tip stripe?
Ombre is all about fading and blemishing of two colours on each nail plate. Ombre Nails can be really be simple, professional and eye catching nail art. Most commonly it’s a pale blue or pink that gets blended in with white. It’s eye catching yet elegant!