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I feel the word "Luxury" is stretching the truth for the pedicure. I was sat in a chair with a home foot spa, not exactly luxury. Everywhere I have had been before had proper pedicure chairs with the jets and massage settings.
The polish selection was very basic, I think I have more colours at home. Luckily I found a colour I like.
With a name like Rock Chic, I was expecting somewhere kind of trendy and well "chic". The decor was shabby and lacking.
I am however happy with the service. The lady doing my nails was skilled and very thorough; my feet look very beautiful after my pedicure. It is a shame the setting is such a let down. I live outside of Central London. If I wanted a shabby not so chic salon, I should have stayed in Zone 4 and saved myself several pounds.