Beauty, Elegance and Style



Welcome to The Beauty Lounge, which is located at 64 High Street, Bassingbourn. The salon has been built on the site of a former Victorian Ironworks and is beside the original 13.5m high chimney, which once provided the draught for the ironworks’ furnace.

We offer a wide range of beauty treatments, together with a personal and friendly approach dedicated to your needs.

We will continue to train in the latest treatments in the industry to provide you with the full beauty experience.

Can't wait to visit? You can now book online, it's quick and easy so don't delay.

** Accreditation training is available **


Acrylics or Hard Gel

These are extensions for natural nails. You can use either Acrylic or Hard gel, properly shaped and buffed to a shine, and then polished.

Acrylics - Make an appointment

African Pedicure


A luxurious African pedicure is a treatment of the feet and toenails. The pedicure includes care not only for the toenails, but dead skin cells are also rubbed off using a rough African stone. Skin care is often provided up to the knee, including; granular exfoliation, moisturising, massage, and polish. This normally takes approximately 90mins.

African pedicure - Make an appointment



Lashes - Emma Grant


This method is also known as 1 to 1, or 1:1. Classic lashes are perfect for clients who want to add volume to their natural lashes. These look so natural as well.

Lashes - Make an appointment


Mega Volume Lashes

Mega Volume Lashes are very similar to the traditional volume lashes we know. The difference between mega volume lashes and traditional volume lashes is how many lash extensions are being used to create the fan, and the diameter of the extensions in the fan.

Facials - Make an appointment



All our expert facials feature a relaxation ritual, specific draining stimulation to the eyes and face and a soothing massage to the face, shoulders and hands.

Facials - Make an appointment



Microblading, or micropigmentation, is a tattoo process that delivers organic pigment into the epidermal layer and the first “reticular” dermal layer of the skin, using very fine needles. The treatment is semi-permanent because we all, eventually, shed our epidermal skin layers; leaving a faint trace of pigment in the reticular layer.

Microblading - Make an appointment


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