It would appear that it’s not just the press who are obsessed with WAH’s fashion forward take on nail art. The brand which has been featured in VOGUE, Grazia, InStyle and The Evening Standard to name a few, has won the hearts of Topshop shoppers and a place in its revised beauty department.
For the first time, the WAH x Topshop concession will be offering the full range of services available at the original Dalston flag ship- meaning that West End girls need no longer catch the number 242 bus in their lunch breaks!
WAH will polish and pamper providing a wide selection of pedicures, manicures and nail enhancements. For those in need of pampering I suggest the famed WAH GIRL luxe pedi. Natural girls can choose from WAH’s massive range of nail art options or stick-on some studs, swarovski or gems to enhance what they have while those in need of a little help could go for embedded nail art- whereby WAH’s technicians will create art inside your nails using acrylics and gels – Magic!
Translating fashion trends into fingertip art is WAH’s forte and the team will be updating their menu regularly to include exclusive Topshop-inspired designs. From Aztec print to camouflage and beyond, all art is painted free-hand without stencils or airbrushing and costs from £20.
WAH doesn’t have ties with any beauty brand, so expect unbiased advice and access to the newest most sought-after products. Converted nail-art customers can try their designs at home as the salon will also be selling products from Essie, OPI and Chinaglaze as well as rhinestones, nail art pens and nail-art stickers.