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Bexley beauty salon behind ‘Fanuary’ up for national award

PUBLISHED: 15:55 20 March 2014 | UPDATED: 15:59 20 March 2014

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The Bexley salon that started “Fanuary” has made the final of national awards for the third time.

Gorgeous Nail & Beauty Emporium, in Old Bexley Lane, is up for the Nail Salon of the Year prize in the Scratch Stars Awards 2014.

They will be judged on customer service, mystery shopping, internet presence and social media as well as the salon’s ethos.

In January, owner Sue Davies came up with an unusual alternative to Movember, where men grow moustaches for prostate cancer charities.

Throughout Fanuary, women raised money for a cervical cancer charity with every “intimate” wax.

“We did it as a bit of a tongue-in-cheek thing with some regular clients last year so this year we thought we’d go for it,” Sue said.

The award winners will be announced in May.


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