I purchased a Living Social deal for a 30 minute neck massage and a facial. It was a bit difficult to find. I didn't know they were on the second floor until she responded to my text that I was running late. I couldn't find her. But once I did, I was very pleased. My neck had been so knotted and her work helped alleviate some of that. Unfortunately since I was delayed, she was unable to give me my mask but gave me a sachet to take home. The environment was relaxing and comfortable. Her work was remarkable. I did not feel obliged to carry on a conversation as many aestheticians prefer.
I look forward to going back. She offered a 15% discount for a return!
DO NOT DO IT, SAVE YOURSELF!
Back end shop in an affluent area, Bishopsgate.
I ended up here via a KGB Deal (discount voucher site thingys), I thought I was going to 'The London Pamper Company' and the name above the badly painted door was 'Beauty Bizz'. On opening the door, I wondered through the corridor and proceeded to walk up the 3 flights of rickety badly decorated communal area of other businesses scraping to stay alive including a laser surgery clinic.
I attended for a Bio Sculpture Manicure and Pedicure advertised to last 3 weeks. On inspection when i got home (no I didn't inspect closely whilst there, was keen to escape) one of my toes was only half painted and on day 3 of writing this, I already have chips and no I haven't been cleaning, just general wear and tear.
I won't go on to bad mouth the place, but I didn't feel pampered, will not be returning, will not recommend and will be placing a complaint to KGB Deals.
BTW, it took me ages to get an appointment, I was getting the answer machine for many weeks, and so when i eventually got to make an appointment it was difficult to find an available slot and so I thought, must be a highly busy thought of place - good sign I thought, I now assume they were not answering the phone for other reasons, may be avoiding something?
Definite no go.
Very bad quality work on French manicure. Surely a nail technician in the City of London would be able to paint straight, even lines....
Also, attention should be more focused on the customer rather than her mobile...
Stick to oriental nail salons. They are MUCH better.
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