Some of us go for manicures as little treats, while others see them as a necessity and simply have to get their fix every month without fail. Whatever your stance is, one thing is for sure - getting your digits done up nicely in gelish doesn’t come cheap, and can easily set you back $70 to over $100 if you’re going for fanciful designs - such as these sakura-inspired or mahjong-themed ones.
But at Fifty; Freed Beauty Bar at Dhoby Ghaut, you can pamper yourself without counting the number of rhinestones on each nail, for they do gel manicures at just $48 with unlimited designs!
Read on to find out more about the $48 gel manicure at Fifty Freed nail salon in Singapore!
Fifty; Freed Beauty Bar is located in the same building as new pink cafe Sweetish Dessert, so you might as well drop by the latter with your nails on fleek once you’re done with your appointment! It’s within around 5 minutes walking distance of Dhoby Ghaut, Bras Basah, and Bencoolen MRT stations - all of which are on different train lines - so you and your girlfriends should all be able to get there relatively easily.
The $48 deal is for classic gel manicures, and based on the photos on their Instagram page, the unlimited designs cover hand-drawn nail art and bling too!
If you’ve got bitten-down nails and wish to get your talons revived, you can go for the classic gel manicure extensions at $88, also with unlimited designs. This way, you can achieve your ideal pointed, stiletto, or coffin-shaped nails without having to grow your natural ones out and risk breakage.
Fifty; Freed has a solid portfolio of nail art designs, from classy to cutesy and even those suitable for brides.
They’re quite in the know with current trends too, and are able to do cute Korean retro-style nail art with colourful motifs like rainbows, flowers, and cherries.
They also do very pretty cloud designs, which look just as good on pink backgrounds as they do on blue - check out our article on sky-inspired nail art for more ideas!
Brides-to-be can go for their many white-based designs, dressed up with glitter, brushstroke florals, rhinestone embellishments, or any other patterns of your choice.
Ladies who like going bold can take inspiration from their black-based designs - the one above has a kawaii-badass vibe which is reminiscent of the Japanese Harajuku style, while the one below is more on the rocker-chic side with abstract brushstrokes and a good dose of bling.
Fifty; Freed also offers other beauty services such as lash extensions and brow shaping and embroidery. Walk-ins should be possible since they have an actual store outlet, but it’s always best to make a prior appointment to avoid long waiting times!
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