the only nail salon open late
WHO ARE WE?
We are a Nail Salon, near Liverpool Street, 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
Trieu Nails London, near Liverpool Street, is incredibly skilled in providing SNS manicures. SNS nails incorporate various vitamins and calcium to help strengthen that natural nails underneath.
SNS nails have increased in demand recently and SNS has an amazing range of rich colours available.
Trieu Nails London, near Liverpool Street, is the place you want to be if you want nail art. Our nail technicians are incredibly talented and love creating small pieces of hand created art on your nail plates.
If you’re struggling with Nail art idea then check out and follow our Instagram!
Trieu Nails London, near Liverpool Street, has built a steady reputation as offering the best pedicure in London.
It’s the one treatment where you can completely shut down. So book a pedicure with us now.
Gel or Shellac Manicure
Trieu Nails, near Liverpool Street, only uses reputable brands such as Gelish, OPI, Shellac CND and DND for its shellac and gel manicure treatments.
We have over 100 colours to choose from and guarantee you 2 weeks of chip free nails*
Trieu Nails London, near Liverpool Street, gives you those long acrylic extensions nails without an environment with harsh smells and a relaxing environment
Acrylic nail extensions are best suited for those who are suspect to biting their nails or want to their claws to be really noticeable.
We’re rated the best nail salon near Liverpool Street by our customers
London Liverpool Street, is a central London railway terminus and connected London Underground station in the north-eastern corner of the City of London, in the ward of Bishopsgate. Just around the corner you’ll find one the city’s most photogenic skyscrapers. Officially called Saleforce Tower. Discover the fantastic world of underground art throughout the streets and alleyways of Shoreditch.
Liverpool Street is the name given to the area around grand Victorian mainline station. Located at the northern end of the City of London, Liverpool Street Station was redeveloped to increase capacity and reopened in 1991.
Since then the area has seen a number of large new development open like Broadgate Circus which replaced the old Broad Street station and the more recent Heron Tower which has been renamed The Salesforce Tower which is one of London’s tallest buildings.
Liverpool Street area is one of the more popular locations in the City of London with easy access, excellent shopping and lots of places to eat.
Liverpool Street continues to be a popular location for a wide range of business types and sizes. This is due in part to the excellent transport links provided by the Victorian mainline railway station and Tube connections. This is further enhanced in 2018 when the new Crossrail station opens connecting Liverpool Street with speedy links to the West End with new stations at Tottenham Court Road, Kings Cross and New Bond Street and Canary Wharf out to the east.
Recent years have seen a steady level of redevelopment in the area with new buildings like Broadgate Tower and the regeneration of a number of period buildings in the Eldon Street area, Finsbury Circus and on Old Broad Street.
Our manicure tips, tricks, trends…
Wedding nails are a big thing and it’s important you get it right so we thought we would provide some really useful pointers!
On your wedding day, you’ll be in your beautiful dress, jewellery on and make up expertly applied. No doubts your hands will be photographed and looked at a lot so you’d want a gel manicure to enhance the beauty of your hands and your wedding ring – that can also outlast your honeymoon celebrations.
Colours: Traditional Brides v Daring Brides
The most obvious go to s the pale pink or nude. It’s the traditional classy and modest look but it stands out because it’s so clean and polished. If you’re feeling little more brave then light colours of red or pink could work or you could for the safe French manicure
It may sound incredibly bold but by adding gold or silver glitter to the tips or glitter half-moons with nude coloured nails can bring a little more fun to the traditional look. Glitter can also be applied as part of the French manicure.
Get your manicure the day before the wedding
This will give you time to relax before the big day and enough time to make last minute on the day changes if needed. If you need to get the manicure earlier, I recommend reapplying a layer of top coat the day before or morning of to refresh your manicure and make it shiny and feel new again.
SNS manicures are better than Gel (shellac) manicures last much longer than traditional manicures
If you want your wedding nails to ride out way past your honey moon then Trieu Nails London most definitely recommends an SNS manicure. They are slightly more expensive but for your big day it is more than worth it and should be the last of your worry.
Ideally go for Square round shape, if not then a gentle round shape.
Trieu Nails London suggests you avoid pointy nail shapes as they just aren’t practical. They usually require acrylics, which just don’t hold that innocent classy look and longer nails are also more likely to tear fabrics or break, which may be an aggravation on your wedding day.