Valentine's at Glasshouse

Valentine's at Glasshouse

It might be that time of the year again, but we’re doing Valentine’s Day a little differently at Glasshouse. Not a heart shaped balloon in sight, instead we’re channelling our inner cupid (it’s in there somewhere) through our Saturday nail services.

Our lovely manicurist Tabby has put together a special one-off Glasshouse Mani for Saturday 13th February only, full of naturally nourishing treatments and a fresh lick of colour to get you feeling your V-Day best. Keeping things simple, we’re feeling clean, neutral nails, deep reds and subtle, negative space styles - ideal for an understated Valentine’s. Tabby’s here to give you the rose-tinted lowdown on the limited edition mani, so don’t forget to book in if you think it’s just what you’re in need of…

We’ll give you the full works. First things first, we’ll remove any polish or previous nail product with our Kure Bazaar Rose Nail Polish Remover which is from 100% natural origin and full of Damaskas Rose Oil. This gentle remover will clean the nail plates without drying your skin.

Following this your hands will be soaked in a hydrating Rose Water & Dead Sea Salt hand bath. The high concentration of bromide and magnesium in the salt will relieve your skin - cleansing and detoxifying while the rose water hydrates and soothes leaving behind a pleasant aroma on the hands.

We’ll exfoliate the skin with an Indonesian inspired Dead Sea Salt and Organic Jojoba Oil scrub followed by a relaxing hand and cuticle massage using Guy Morgan’s Salem Rose Hand & Nail Oil.

To finish off your Valentine’s Day treat, choose a polish of your desire from our 5 free Kure Bazaar range or treat yourself to a Bioseaweed Gel Manicure (feel free to get a little inspiration from our heart-designed nails above and below)

All the while sip one of our new Teatox teas - whether it’s pale green matcha or a soothing, caffeine-free blend, we’ll hopefully leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed.

Contact the salon now to book in for Saturday 13th February. Look forward to seeing you soon…

Images: Carl Osbourn