1950s Nails where long and tapered always matching your nail polish to your lipstick and in the 1940s matching your nail polish to your clothing a done thing .
1960s Nails were all about white, nude or frosted pastel shades.
In 1970 Fake nails become more popular and the french manicure was invented by Jeff Pink.
Going into the 1980s A Kaleidoscope of nail varnishes were available.
1990s The Lost Generation. Nails were more toned down. Black nails were huge and in 1994 Chanel launched one of its best selling nail polishes ‘VAMP’
Now nails created by http://www.powderbeauty.co.uk
Glamour Grunge nails using OPI ‘Lincoln Park After Dark’
Long Glitter Oval Talons.
Gel Polish and jewellery by http://www.hannahmakesthings.com available at Powder.
Photo by Rachel at Powder.
2000s Nails, Loads of stuff going on! Textures, Sheens and embellishments. Nails have become part of the whole outfit. Innovation in nail technology has really come on with the launch of Minx in 2007 and Gel polish in 2008, and lots more DIY nail jobs.
Here are the photos from Powder’s Gallo Wine evening a couple of weeks ago. Lots of customers came along for a evening of pampering- including nails, facials, spray tans and more all at discounted prices. Visitors were also treated to a glass of Gallo Wine while their treatment took place.
Visitors enjoyed their discounted treatments in the salons vintage surroundings. Special goody bags were also available for the evening, and many visitors browsed the salons vintage clothing, jewellery and accessories for sale- many of which handmade by local designers.
The event was also featured in The Argus, Brighton’s biggest newspaper.
Lauren of Belle Du Brighton blog visited the event and enjoyed an OPI manicure. She did this great blog post about about the event which you can read here.
Powder are looking forward to My Vintage Portrait at our beauty boutique on Sunday the 4th May. My Vintage Portrait comes to Brighton’s favourite beauty salon offering you this unique opportunity to have your own gorgeous vintage portrait experience.
Offer includes full vintage make over, chocolates and bubbly, a one hour shoot and one final beautifully retouched photograph all for the exclusive price of £240.
Don’t miss out on this truely unqiue experience and book your portrait session today. Places are limited!
Shoots to take place between 9am – 5pm at Powder Beauty, 5 Duke Street, Brighton.
If you can’t make May 4th, then Ilona will also be at Powder on June the 15th.
To reserve call Ilona on 07580709532. For more info visit: www.myvintageportrait.com
Beat the April Showers with a lavish evening of wine tasting and beauty treatments at the Powder Beauty Boutique, Brighton. On offer will be a whopping 40% discount on popular treatments including manicures, pedicures, mini facials and spray tans all served with a tempting selection of wine samples from Gallo Family Vineyards.
This special discount and partnership with Gallo Family Vineyards is for one night only – so make sure you book your treatments in advance to ensure your place.
A photographer will be present and imagery will be available post event. For more information on Gallo Family Vineyards please contact: Lianne Walsh, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07525 254 855
About Gallo Family Vineyards: Established in 1933 in Modesto, California, E. & J. Gallo Winery has become the world’s foremost winery in the art of grape growing and winemaking; and in the distribution and marketing of wines worldwide. With seven wineries strategically located in various parts of California and access to grapes from vineyards in all of the premier grape-growing areas of California, Gallo produces wines in every category, to suit every taste. Gallo’s wine portfolio totals over 60 unique brands including Gallo Family Vineyards, Barefoot, Turning Leaf, Redwood Creek and Carlo Rossi.
We have been very busy ladies at Powder Beauty making you all feel and look beautiful! We thought we would share with you some lovely pics of Nikki and Dans wedding with Make up by Rachel at www.powderbeauty.co.uk