Christmas Holiday Opening Dates + Christmas Nail Art

Festive and Christmas themed mobile manicures & nail art in London

Wow! Can you believe it’s the end of December already? The year has absolutely flown by! In the lead up to Christmas, Nails by Mets had another extremely busy period and we loved visiting all of our fabulous clients – new and existing – to spread the Christmas nail love! It’s always an absolute pleasure and at this time of the year, we love seeing everyone’s Christmas trees!

This year, Nails by Mets will be closed from Christmas Eve until Wednesday 8th January 2020. We won’t be accepting mobile nail appointments OR events during this time but for any enquiries thereafter, please do get in touch via the Booking Form. We’ll reply in the new year, when we’re back to work.

It’s so important to take the time out to look after yourself and spend time with loved ones. We’ll be using this time to recuperate (in Malaysia!) and we will be back fully refreshed and raring to go!

We wish you a fabulous Christmas and hope that you too find the time to enjoy the festivities, relax and share great times with loved ones.

MERRY CHRISTMAS from Nails by Mets and thank you all for your loyal custom – we couldn’t do it without you!

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