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Nails by Lucky opens at Toni and Guy

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Nails by Lucky Susil opened at Toni and Guy recently with a small gathering of close friends, family and prominent personalities. Lucky who is a reputed manicurist and pedicurist has been in the industry for many years. 

Lucky believes in experimenting and has travelled vividly studying the art of nail crafting. With more than 17 years of experience, he has finally branched out on his own. “I always wanted to have a nail studio for myself, and I was approached by the Toni and Guy team. Everything fell into place and I moved here; the Toni and Guy team has been so supportive of work,” he said.  Fondly known as Lucky, he previously worked in multiple salons, including aboard. He wants to share his knowledge with those interested in nail art. Through this studio, he is hoping to have sessions in the coming months. “The Toni and Guy management and I are still in discussion to get some classes done for those aspiring to be manicurists and pedicurists. This is my way of giving back to the younger generation of creative minds,” he added. 

The event was graced by Yoshitha Rajapaksa and other known personalities.

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