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Introducing The Gel Bottle for 2020


Just a very short blog today as I am in the process of updating this website to a more contemporary 2020 layout. Watch this space!

Also I am now stocking The Gel Bottle colours and their fabulous BIAB gel system which is AMAZING!! Based on this, I no longer offer acrylics as it was never something I enjoyed doing and feel my forte is more toward the gel manicures and getting them spot on.

Pinkies 2019

Hi everyone

I can not believe it’s been nearly a year since I last blogged!! I blinked and the year is all but over!!

Hi everyone,

Yes, I’m still here and I know it’s my first blog of the year. My bad :-(

I’ve started using a secondary product, The Gel Bottle. It’s a beautiful gel varnish system that has so many lovely colours that Shellac don’t have. I love it, as do some of my clients. I’m still promoting CND Shellac as my number one but it’s good to have a wide choice of colours for everyone to pick from.

Saying Goodbye To 2018.

Hi everyone,

Thought I'd take this opportunity to thank everyone once again thats been aboard my Pinkies ship throughout this year. Many new clients have joined me and my usual regular client base has remained. Its certainly not been the easiest year for me and my family but thankfully, there's been lots of wonderful clients supporting me through one the saddest starts to the year losing two beautiful and wonderful souls whom I loved dearly within three weeks of each other. So thank you again, its very much appreciated.

A Catch Up

Hi everyone

Wow, it’s been a long time since I’ve blogged, September last year! Not sure where the times gone but I’ve been hugely busy since then. The days just simply pass by so quickly with glorious nails.

What’s new? CND Shellac are soon to be releasing a new Shellac that requires no base coat. I’m reserving judgement as the only difference is a quicker removal time. That means less time with my clients which I don’t see as a plus point! I’ll wait and see what feedback nail techs have to say.

Shellac-tastic Month!

Hi everyone,

What a month since my last blog. I've done a record number of Prom girls, 22 in total! They've challenged me as always with weird and wonderful colour combinations and patterns. It's always a pleasure doing them and I wish them all well in their journies as grown ups :-)

Weddings, Holidays And Proms! Yes Its That Crazy Shellacing Time Of Year!!

Hi everyone,

I know its been so long since I managed to sit at my computer and blog. It really has been such a busy start to 2017, business wise and personally. As I'm back to operating as a 'one man band' I am flat out daily. I had planned to cut my hours this year and start enjoying some leisure time at home but I'm so glad I didn't! I'm thoroughly emjoying the nailing madness and meeting so many new clients.

Autumn Update From The Shellac Queen :-)

Hi everyone

Its been a while since I last blogged, I'm just so busy, I should find the time to keep you all up to date.

Well, the new colours have been received with utter glee! The glitters are the way forward for Autumn I think. Shellac have done us proud this time around. As the autumnal days are upon us, the colour choices change. My pink palette has now taken a back seat and the reds are back in play. Shellac Wildfire will always be my most popular and Shellac Fedora always comes a close second.


Pinkies Covers

Shirley, Solihull, Knowle, Hockley Heath, Acocks Green, Olton, Hall Green, Wythall, Tanworth in Arden, Earlswood, Lapworth, Bickenhall, Catherine de Barnes, Hampton in Arden, Dorridge, Bentley Heath, Dickens Heath and surrounding areas. Other areas in close by proximity are covered for multi/group bookings. Please call to check availability.

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