Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Beauty business booming

A BEAUTY salon in Henley has moved to bigger premises.

A BEAUTY salon in Henley has moved to bigger premises.

Henley Nails and Brows is now in Duke Street after moving from Market Place.

Owner Cassy Richardson, 25, said she needed more space to meet demand.

“Our old premises was too small for us and we want to expand and perhaps do spray tanning and sunbeds,” she said.

“Business has always been good and we are getting busier. Now we have more room we have a bigger beauty room and we can do massages and facials more easily.”

She set up the business after graduating from Bath University with a degree in business and economics three years ago and says it has proved popular despite other businesses closing.

Miss Richardson said: “It is like a small luxury and people want to treat themselves, especially around the time of events like the regatta.”

The salon has filled the empty premises left by cake-maker Confetti and Spice, which moved to Fowey, Cornwall, in March.

She set up the business after graduating from Bath University with a degree in business and economics three years ago and says it has proved popular despite other businesses closing.

Miss Richardson said: “It is like a small luxury and people want to treat themselves, especially around the time of events like the regatta.”

The salon has filled the empty premises left by cake-maker Confetti and Spice, which moved to Fowey, Cornwall, in March.

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