The Saint and Fake Bake are a stone’s throw from each other.
Enjoy a treat-filled cake stand and vintage teapot brimming with cocktails
Shellac Nails don’t scratch or smudge
Glamorous 1930s decor at The Saint
Fake Bake is an award-winning salon
If good things do indeed come in three then today’s Big Deal is a triple whammy which is on a par with winning the lottery on Christmas Eve while hearing that heavy snow means the in-laws are stuck at home.
First up, the deal is for a cocktail tea party in the Intoxicating Tearooms at The Saint. Located right in the heart of party central on Glasgow’s Bath Street, The Saint’s cool interior oozes 1930’s glamour blended with cutting edge design; the perfect surroundings in which to sip cocktails from china tea cups.
As well as a vintage teapot brimming with cocktails, this intoxicating treat also includes a decadent yet traditional cake stand packed with cakes and ever so dainty gourmet sandwiches.
Whether you choose to have your nails done before or after visiting The Saint is up to you although whichever option you go for, you must make a prior appointment.
Situated on West Regent Street, The Fake Bake Hair and Beauty Boutique is a five minute walk away from The Saint.
An award-winning salon, they are masters of the manicure. You can choose between a pro polish and a Shellac treatment.
Said to look as good, if not better than acrylics, Shellac Nails last up to fourteen days without losing shine or shimmer. They are hard and do not scratch or smudge. When it comes time to take them off the nail, the procedure is easy-peasy and it does not damage the nail itself.