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A Nail and Hair Salon opens at Hamad International Airport

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

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Qatar Duty Free (QDF) has announced the opening of Nails, an express nails, hair and beauty salon which has been designed to offer passengers express beauty services before they travel from Hamad International Airport (HIA).

Located inside Blush boutique in the main atrium of the airport, Nails is open 24 hours a day and offers a range of beauty treatments that have been created to take no longer than 30-40 minutes. At Nails, passengers can choose from a wide selection of manicures and pedicures including French manicure, shape and polish, Incoco and Vinylux, as well as other services such as massages, waxing and threading.

The menu of services also includes a choice of eight different blow dry styles, scalp massage and Kerastase hair treatments. Passengers can just walk in, choose their style and leave 30 minutes later ready to take off looking their best.

Nails is operated by A.N.D Trading Company, which operates eight salons in key locations such as the Four Seasons, Marriott and Crowne Plaza hotels in Doha.

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