Style This is how you can get a manicure on Victoria's Secret bright pink bus in Edinburgh
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The bus is being toured around the UK by the lingerie brand Victoria's Secret, which has a branch in the city’s new St James Quarter.
The pink bus tour is in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month this October and Victoria's Secret has teamed up with the charity Future Dreams to raise awareness.
Offering a natural nail manicure and a chat to a breast cancer nurse, the bus is offering women who are going through treatment or have had breast cancer to book either of these for free.
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The bus will be at Castle Street on Saturday, October 23 to Sunday October 24.
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