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Hi everyone,

I know it's still officially summer but it feels like a long one. I only wish the weather had been as amazing as the massive work load I've had this summer period. Since deciding to fly solo again (and for now, I'm happily sticking with just me) I've refreshed my acrylic qualification and done lots of live online tutorials. I've revamped my website, increased my online exposure and worked super hard and it's all paying off. I'm now busier than ever and I'm delighted with the way it's all going. Sadly this does mean I can't always accommodate your calls but I do have a couple of good nail tech friends who I'll pass you onto. If they can do my nails perfectly (and I'm a fussy bugger!) then you'll be in very good hands. They offer a variety of treatments including Gelish, Calgel, Shellac, Acrylics and OPI.

September Shellac colours are awesome and my regular Pink Ladies are chomping the bit to try them. The new colours are a glitter selection and really are lovely. They are released on September 1st so I'll be ordering them while I'm sat in the airport ready for my holiday :-)

Dare I say it but my Christmas week is already getting booked up? December 23rd is now officially FULLY BOOKED and this year, for the first time ever, I'm taking the whole of Christmas Eve off. So, get calling, emailing or texting for your appointment. Once they're gone, that's it until 2017!

So in a nutshell, it's all pretty great on the Pinkies ship, my clients are all happy and healthy, we've had healthy new additions born, a couple of weddings and a surprise engagement that I was part of and this makes me happy. Isn't that what lfes about?

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