Beauty Alert: butter LONDON nail bar now open in Seattle


Beauty Alert: The holiday season calls for serious party nails because no great night out ever started with a chipped mani. 

Thankfully, butter LONDON has opened a brand new nail bar in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood. The 537-square-foot store located on Fairview Avenue will offer waterless manicures and pedicures starting at $18. Add-ons include nail art, sugar scrubs, and extended hand massages. They even offer manicures for gents.

The Nail Bar was designed by Seattle-based interior designer Leah Steen and features butter LONDON's iconic brand wallpaper. "We wanted to break the mold of traditional nail salons and create an unforgettable experience in a stylish environment where women can have fun and get pampered together," said butter LONDON President Sarina Godin.

Known for pioneering the original 3-free lacquer, butter LONDON prides itself on its assortment of high-performance, non-toxic nail products that are safe and effective. This great local brand was founded back in 2005 by British entrepreneur Sasha Muir and London's premier fashion manicurist Nonie Creme. (Fun fact: Both founders still live right here in the Pacific Northwest.)

butter LONDON Nail Bar
400 Fairview Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
Hours: Mon-Sat. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Local tip: If you stop by for a mani during the week, don't miss the Meat & Bread sandwich shop next door. The sandwiches are delicious and they even offer a simple grilled cheese for kids and grown-ups alike.


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