Rated best Nail Salon near Limehouse
the only nail salon open late
Who Are We?
We are a Nail Salon based, near Limehouse, offering Manicures, Pedicures, Shellac Gel Polish and Acrylic extensions. We cater for any occasion whether that would be for birthdays, hen do’s or a girl’s 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.
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What our customers say
We’re rated the best nail salon near Limehouse by our customers
Limehouse is a district in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in East London.
The name relates to the local lime kilns or, more precisely, lime oasts, by the river and operated by the large potteries that served shipping in the London Docks. The name is from Old English līm-āst “lime-oast”. The earliest reference is to Les Lymhostes, in 1356.
The name ‘Limehouse’ is sometimes mistakenly thought to be derived from the nickname for the seamen that disembarked there, who had earned the name Lime-juicers or limeys after the obligatory ration of lime juice the Royal Navy gave their sailors to ward off scurvy.
Limehouse is fast becoming a clean, residential quarter of East London but it’s past most definitely tells a different story.
Believe it or not, Limehouse was London’s first Chinatown for many years and was home to best Chinese restaurants the capital had to offer. They all beard the name friends, the most famous restaurant being Good Friends which was visited by 007 star Sean Connery and Babra Streisand. Whilst China Town has shifted to Soho, Local Friends, in Salmon Lane E14 which is reputedly Britain’s first takeaway, still does a busy trade.
But before the Chinatown development, Limehouse has always been interlinked with the seas, as a thriving docklands community of the good and the very doubtful dealers who made their money in imaginative ways. When the docks eventually closed it suffered, and was viewed as a remote, unearthly where you roamed at your peril.
However, the reinvention of Canary Wharf as a financial area and within 20 years Limehouse was transformed into a high-class reserve of riverside homes for city types. Old residents had cashed in a left.
Most of the people who live in Limehouse’s fancy riverside and canal side flats do so because it suits the long work hours in the city. Limehouse is conveniently situated between the City and Canary Wharf.
Our manicure tips, tricks, trends…
Let us show you how to pick nail polish colours that can work well with most, if not all of your outfits, in one way or another. So, whatever the colour of your outfit, there is a way to pick your nail polish according to it.
Don’t be afraid to colour block with your nail polish
The most obvious way to, which is somewhat and irony, match your nail polish to your outfit is the colour block. What we mean by that is to choose colours that highly contrast. For example, blue and yellow, green and purple or red and light blue. Whilst they are contrasting, they look fabulous together
Printed clothes or Plain clothes?
If you usually go for plain types of clothing which is simple and without prints we say to experiment with your nails to give you that little bit of spice and variety. If, however, the majority of your clothes are printed then we suggest staying away from nail art and colour nails and opt for the nudes and simple. It would balance your look and make your style less overwhelming.
Make your nail polish and your accessories match
This is a simple way to make sure you have matching outfits especially if you always wear that specific necklace or sport a specific jacket. An example of the colour matching would be, if you are wearing a gold statement necklace, then feel free to for a gold shade of nail polish. Another example to create a balance between your outfit and nail polish would be to match your navy blue nail polish to your favourite navy hand bag which you take almost everywhere.
The basic Nail polish colours
In any cases where you are unsure on how to match your nail polish to your outfit, stick to the basic and practical nail polishes. In this case the nudes, pale pinks and French manicures will match any outfit you choose to wear.
Here at Trieu Nail we have over 100 shellac and gel colours to choose from so don’t worry about the colour or style of your outfit. Our nail technicians will help advise what is right for you and will help you decide on the nail art you need.