The Nail Bar chain is a celebrity favourite
September 4, 2023
Fulham is getting an extra shot of glamour this autumn with the arrival of Townhouse at the former Gina Conway Salon, at 612 Fulham Road.
This expanding chain, which already has branches in King’s Road and Kensington High Street, says it was launched by founder Juanita Huber-Millet with one goal: to elevate the nail salon experience.
Townhouse salons have been featured on TV’s Made in Chelsea and the chain claims celebrity fans include Drake, Geri Halliwell and Kim Cattrall.
Promising luxury treatments in beautiful surroundings, Townhouse has been named Salon of the Year for the last three years in the nail industry’s Scratch Awards and its salons,
Treatments include luxury manicures, pedicures - or simultaneous mani-pedis - plus gel extensions and a simpler colour refresh. There are also cuticle oil refill stations, where customers can have unlimited top-ups for a fiver.
The front of the new premises of Townhouse
Townhouse has now begun recruiting for salon staff for its new location, with opening for a manager and ambitious nail technicians. Find out more here.
This stretch of road just west of Parsons Green Lane is becoming Fulham’s biggest ‘beauty spot’ with a growing choice of salons, including Secret Oasis spa and Anir Anun Beauty Clinic and hairdressers including Bei, Seed and Centini. There is also Sammie’s Studio barbers for Fulham's well-groomed males.
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