Hands don’t talk but it can reveal a person’s lifestyle and the life that person is embarking on, by simply looking at the palm of their hands. When we take a look at the hands of our elderly, we can figure out the journey they’ve encountered. We can observe those lines and can refer to them as the map of life.
To revive the energy lost through the years. Why don’t we give them a little pampering? In partnership with Merdeka Generation, Pink Parlour offers a relaxing experience dedicated to them.
“Born between 1950 and 1959, the Merdeka Generation grew up during the tumultuous years of the 1950s and early 1960s. They steered the labor force in turbulent times, building a sturdy foundation. The men of the generation were among the earliest to serve National Service, while some of the women left school early to support their families. Together with the Pioneer Generation, they have contributed greatly to Singapore during a time of struggle, hardship, and sacrifice.”
These are the people we grew up with their loving hands holding ours. And as much as we love getting our nails done—for it makes us feel that there is something new and it somehow boosts our confidence, this is also the feeling that most of our elderly people wanted to feel today.
They miss the feeling of someone who has a tender touch and someone that can assist them into cleaning their toenails or grasping nail clippers. These little things can be a huge relief for them, they are the type of clients who would never want to miss a single appointment because they will always look forward to their next visit.
Pink Parlour Nail services promise each Merdeka—a relaxing experience that they will surely don’t want to miss. A day of pampering dedicated only to them.
We are excited to have you! Use this promo code, PMG50, and get 50% discount!