Shrewsbury salon celebrates

The Evolve hair and beauty salon in Shrewsbury celebrated in style in January to commemorate their third year in business. The professional salon, located on Shrewsbury Colleges Group’s London Road Campus, marked another successful year with free goodie bags and live demonstrations.

Evolve has state-of-the-art equipment and features 10 hair stations, four individual relaxing treatment rooms and two spa pedicure chairs. The team have recently introduced new products including Affinage and Neal’s Yard Remedies, and beauty therapist Lucy Wilde, who started in May after completing a Beauty Therapy course at Shrewsbury Colleges Group, is now offering reflexology treatments.

Salon manager Erica Coppinger Williams says, “It’s an honour to be able to share this great milestone with our wonderful customers and the brilliant staff. Our fully qualified staff, great location and wide range of treatments all play a part in the successful three years we have had.”

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