Powderpuff Girls to the rescue!
PUBLISHED: 13:04 15 March 2009 | UPDATED: 14:11 05 October 2010
THE Powderpuff Girls have been primping and preening at many an exclusive party over the last four years, but now the pink ladies have opened their very own beauty boutique in Bethnal Green. The Powder Room, where customers can drop in for quick beauty fi
THE Powderpuff Girls have been primping and preening at many an exclusive party over the last four years, but now the pink ladies have opened their very own beauty boutique in Bethnal Green.
The Powder Room, where customers can drop in for quick beauty fixes or more indulgent treats, opened in Columbia Road last month.
Dressed in their chic pink outfits and pillbox hats, the Powderpuff offer a menu of makeovers, hairstyling and manicures.
As well as the glamorous treatments on offer, there will also be a plethora of products to purchase, including Paul & Joe cosmetics, Blouse & Skirt cosmetics Mavala Nail Care and the Powderpuff Girls' very own Shimmer Powderpuffs.
Katie Reynolds, founder of the Powderpuff Girls, said: "I wanted to recreate the glamour and charm of the 1950's where spending time on yourself was not a chore but a chance to relax and catch up with friends.
"Our beauty boutique encourages this atmosphere, serving splendid tea and biscuits while our girls work their magic on your nails, hair and make up.
"Even if customers come for a quick treatment they are offered the chance to relax in glamorous surroundings and indulge in our delightful array of beauty products."
The Powder Room will be open for after work appointments for girls who need to spruce themselves up before a date or night out.
Customers can even change their outfits, leave their things securely and the salon will courier them back the next day.
The boutique can also be hired for private parties, including hen parties.
Prices for treatments start at £15 and group bookings cost from £65 per person.
Call 020 7704 8009, email email@example.com or visit www.thepowderpuffgirls.com for more information.
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