Match Nails, Duke Street, Brighton

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Whoa! I’ve been a bad blogger again, mega bloggers block and pondering about how to give things a boost and if I need to amend my approach, but I think that’s all something for another post and another day. Today, I want to tell you about a little salon in Central Brighton that I visited last week for a nice and relaxing pedicure.

Match Nails is on Duke Street in Brighton about Match Bags, which sells their own brand of luxury handbags and fine Italian leather shoes, very classy and sophisticated, not my personal taste but I can see the appeal for sure. Anyway, the salon is on the top floor of the building and it’s a stunner.

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A small, smart, clean and welcoming salon with two pedicure stations and one manicure station. Clean white and lilac walls and a wooden floor match the shops branding without being overwhelmingly girly, very classy! The pedicure stations are gorgeous leather recliners with built in massagers.

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The salon exclusively uses OPI nail products, which is great as we all know that this is a great professional brand with a fantastic range of colours and finishes that just continues to grow. Match Nails have a balanced selection of colours and also offer the Gel Nails from OPI.

This feels weird, but yea, here’s my feet…

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On arrival at the salon, I was very warmly welcomed by the therapist and offered a drink as you would expect. She was incredibly friendly and I thoroughly enjoyed a very long chat with her during the treatment. I enjoyed their Deluxe Pedicure, which includes the foot spa, scrub, mask, cuticle work, file, buff and paint. This treatment sells for £35 with normal polish and £45 with gel polish. It’s a treat and not for everyone, but I think it was worth it. If you’re on a budget there are two more levels of treatment at £15 and £30 and similar packages for manicures too.

It’s very easy for me to say that this was one of the nicest pedicures I’ve ever had and one of the smartest and most elegant salons I’ve visited. Really impressed and happy to try out another Brighton based beauty business.

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