Not been to Jenny's but Laura's opposite the Noble does a nice manicure. The guy who does it (Tony?) has the softest hands and is very sweet. Only ever had one done there so I can't compare with anywhere else, but I'd definitely go back and a couple of my friends go there regularly.
Surely the only colours they need to have are scarlet and lipstick red, a nice bright pink (for summer) and various shades of pale rose? Does anyone paint their nails any other colours?
I painted my toenails purple the other week, it looked like I'd bashed them with a hammer.
Orange, blue, violet can all work
Gosh, how very modern!
I'm afraid I'm rather conventional on the matter of nail polish and cosmetics, sticking to a 1930's pallette wherever possible.
Can you post here the phone number for the salon please?
My sister is a single mother and also a beauty therapist.
She said that the reason a responsible salon would not let a young child, however well behaved the parents assure her it is, is that treatment rooms are often used for more than one purpose. For example a massage room may well have a pot of boiling hot wax on the go for the next client. If she was worried about a child harming itself she wouldn't be focussed on the treatment, meaning that the client wouldn't get the care and attention that they are paying for and expect.
She was horrified that any salon would let a child into a treatment room, and said that she absolutely wouldn't have let nephew (the world's best behaved boy) in!
Do you not have a friend or babysitter who could look after your child for the 30 minutes so that you can have a nice, relaxing treatment?
Have you been back to Jenny's? I looked in and Yesterday there were 2 kids jumping around in there while there mum was being scrubbed . So maybe they have changed their policy hot wax or no hot wax . It's probably better if they are flexible, but I know from my own business health and safety laws can be a bad joke. (just try putting a cat in a basket for half an hour while you boil up some instruments ).
Chang so does this mean your a vet or a dentist?
Hi ChangN4N6, I went to Jenny's to check if they have change their policy, they only allow children in waiting room as long as they behave but they will not allow them at all in the beauty treatment room.
I have got my legs wax as excuse and I have to say she is so professional.
My mum is down and she has just been there and says its very good and less expensive than she was expecting. they did not let her take the dog in, which I think is fair enough. I took him for a walk . chang
Hi ChangN4N6 I am always looking after myself and my money what treatment does she recommend?
She had a coffee rub. Ground beans take off dead skin and the cafiene makes you energetic. Rubbed in by a lady in a plastic apron. She was offered a coffee enema (therapeutic) but was worried she'd be 2 buzzy and did not like the sound of it. Chang
Is Jenny's closed down now? I called a few times yesterday to book an appointment and no one answered. Walked past it today and the door's shut...
Jenny's Beauty spa is closing down. It is very sad, I met so many wonderful people, I would not live anywhere else, the sense of community and the forum makes a difference. thanks to all.
That is really sad! I came to see you the other day and it was excellent and you were so lovely, thank you so much. I wish you lots of luck.
That's a real shame Jenny. Good luck in the future.
Oh no! So sorry to hear that. I'm wishing you lots of good luck in the future too.
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