A SALON with a difference is opening in Stockton Heath, focusing on not only making people look good, but feel good.

Leanne Bartlett will be opening the doors to BRHAIVE - pronounced brave - in London Road tomorrow, Saturday, providing Warrington residents with a new 'self care' approach to hair and beauty.

The salon has been extensively refurbished and provides a warm, welcoming space for clients who may feel usually anxious when visiting a salon.

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BRHAIVE will offer clients a 'breakfast bar' style station with nutritional drinks and essential oils, encouraging people to interact with others and support those suffering with depression and loneliness.

There will be no huge mirrors to overwhelm people, but rather a number of smaller sized mirrors which can be pushed down.

"I am so delighted to be back in Stockton Heath, as the owner of BRHAIVE, a powerful new concept that is all about ensuring clients feel good about themselves," Leanne said.

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"It's something I feel very passionate about.

"The salon will offer a wide range of hair treatments as well as extensive beauty treatments which include facials, nails, lashes, full make up and bridal packages.

"There will also be a chill out yard for clients to indulge in the sun with kindles, which will be provided by the salon."

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Leanne started her initial hairdressing apprenticeship more than eight years ago in the same building, and has used lockdown to refurbish the space.

Now, she is looking forward to getting back to work with her team

For further information about the salon, including the Covid-19 safety measures in place, visit brhaive.co.uk or email braveheadhair@gmail.com.

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