Meraki Hair and Beauty, based downstairs at The Parade Shops, are offering exclusive use of their salon for private hair and make-up lessons during November and December. Small groups of friends will be allowed to bring their own drinks for the ‘Get Ready With Me’ sessions every Friday evening.

With Christmas office parties and big celebrations looking unlikely this year, the Shrewsbury salon have come up with a novel way for customers to have a big night in, learning how to do their own hair and make-up over drinks. Hair expert Jade and resident make-up artist Miranda will be demonstrating and teaching customers easy to do hair and make up techniques.

Owner of the salon, Sarah Barton, said, “In the run up to Christmas we are usually really busy getting people party ready, so knowing that this year would be different, we wanted to offer a brand-new, fun experience for customers.

“There’s nothing better than getting ready for a night out with your friends, so we’re bringing that experience to Meraki in a whole new way. I hope customers will see the value in learning how to do the techniques themselves. Jade and Miranda can help find styles to suit the individual, so everything will be tailored around the customers, in a completely Covid safe way.

“Each person will have their very own styling station along with access to our tools and products. Jade can show you how to create quick and easy hair up dos on yourself and Miranda will be able to answer all your make up questions whilst giving you tips on make up application, with brushes and quality make-up to create the look you want.”

The sessions will run from 6-8pm on Fridays until the end of the year, but other dates and times can be requested. The cost will be £45 per person for bookings of 2 people and £35 per person for bookings of 3-5 people. Visit the Meraki Hair & Beauty Facebook page to book an appointment.


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