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The hairdressers on Bank Street have had Gemma Mann and Estelle Edney join its team.
Estelle is a nail and beauty technician with acrylic nails, shellac, waxing, St Tropez tanning, eye treatments, facials and Swedish body massage available. She has six years’ experience, having previously worked as a beauty manager in Devizes. Estelle said, “I have always had great feedback and response from clients who are happy with my work.
“I am a specialist in nails and nail art, but have a passion for all things beauty and take pride in my work. I believe in giving the customer exactly what they ask for and always provide a high quality professional service at excellent prices.”
Gemma Mann has always had an excellent reputation as a hairdresser and is continuing to build her client base by offering all aspects of hairdressing and keeping up to date with latest trends. Having worked as a manager in a salon during her ten years experience, she sees her new venture as an opportunity to provide quality to clients.
Gemma said, “I have been a stylist for ten years and always had positive feedback so thought I’d go for it, especially after just returning from having a baby.
“I like to provide a personal experience to the client where they feel happy and comfortable that they will receive the best service and have a professional cut, colour or style. Gemma also prides herself in bridal hair and will be offering wedding hair packages.
Both agreed that they share the same ethos to work. They said, “We provide a high quality, friendly service that is very professional.”
Beautician Estelle is offering an introductory offer of 10% on all services, whilst stylist Gemma is offering 10% off colours and a cut and blow dry for £25.
To find out more or book an appointment visit them in the salon at The Works, 9 Bank Street, Melksham, SN12 6LE or call 01225 707722. Opening hours are 9am-8pm Monday to Friday and 9am-4pm on Saturdays.
Pictured: Estelle, left and Gemma, right.