Fab nails & Spa located at 69 Cricklade Rd, Gorse Hill, Swindon SN2 1AA, UK

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Emma Ibekaku

4 Google Rating

Their service was nice. The first lady that attended to me was very nice but her service was about 5

4/ 5

Their service was nice. The first lady that attended to me was very nice but her service was about 50% but when i complained to the second lady working their and showed her my feet, she took her time and repeated the whole process. Did my finger nails as well. I went home feeling lovely. I will surely visit again but i will be asking the second lady to attend to me. Sorry guys i forgot to ask her name.

Diane Cullen

5 Google Rating

Have been using Fab Nails since they first opened. Wonderful people and beautiful service. My nails

5/ 5

Have been using Fab Nails since they first opened. Wonderful people and beautiful service. My nails look spectacular. Either book-in or walk-in, they've always got space.

Rachel Saint

4 Google Rating

I really like my nails and I didn't have to pay alot, one of the guys in there kind of hurt my nail

4/ 5

I really like my nails and I didn't have to pay alot, one of the guys in there kind of hurt my nail a bit tho.

J. M. Andrews

5 Google Rating

Really quick, reasonable price, good quality, friendly staff. No complaints!

5/ 5

Really quick, reasonable price, good quality, friendly staff. No complaints!

Jade Hill

5 Google Rating

Love this place make you feel so welcome

5/ 5

Love this place make you feel so welcome

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  • Monday09:00 - 18:30
  • Tuesday09:00 - 18:30
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  • Thursday09:00 - 18:30
  • Friday09:00 - 18:30
  • Saturday09:00 - 18:30

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