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Match your nails to your flip flops!

Now the summer is here and our toes are all exposed, it's time to start thinking about all the lovely nail polish you can splash on to add colour to your look. There are so many to choose from this season: neons, metallics, dark plums and more - but Havaianas have made it really easy - they've teamed up with Mavala to match nail varnish colours to their flip-flops!
Even better, if you're going to be in London between now and the 5th June, you can pop into therecently refurbished (and gorgeous!) beauty hall at John Lewis Oxford Street and enjoy FREE a pampering treat for your feet that will have you running for the nearest beach as soon as you leave the store!
You'll get a complementary shape and polish with a matching or clashing Mavala nail colour when you buy a pair of Havaianas in store. All complimentary appointments can be booked at your convenience at The Havaianas Beauty Bar exclusively (Whist stocks last and subject to appointment availability).

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