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Guys and Dolls Parlour
This beauty spot just off Brick Lane opened late 2013 under the patronage of LA-trained primper-to-the-stars Shimol Kanuga. Done up like a 1950s parlour, Guys and Dolls offers a whole range of top-to-toe services, with the most popular (with both men and women) being the waxes. A hi-tec, low-temperature Lycon wax starts from £8 and promises to remove even the shortest, finest hairs and leave you silky smooth. Manicures are also a popular option, with gel polishes available. Owner Shimol is friendly and knowledgeable, with a wealth of aftercare tips to help you get the best out of your treatments. A nice neighbourhood salon.
Venue says: “Love London Award-winner 2016 and voted one of the best manicures in London 2017.”