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Katie Barnes, owner of Simply Nails and Beauty salon in Warwick, raised £559 for charities Help for Heroes and The Royal British Legion at the Rugby 4 Heroes Festival in Leamington. Barnes and her team of techs offered rugby- and military-themed mini manicures, and her stall was sponsored by CND Creative Play.

he Beauty Centre in Wimborne celebrated its silver anniversary in June, making it one of the town’s longest established businesses. Owner Rachel Parodine-Baker celebrated by inviting loyal customers to an in-salon party. She said: “My aim is always to provide a personal touch in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.”

Salon System hosted a Marvelbrow Masterclass for its 30 training solutions educators, teaching them about the latest eyebrow trends, including how to contour and create an ombre effect. The findings from this class will be incorporated into future Marvelbrow Sculpt, Colour and Correct courses.

Monday is the most popular day for Brits to indulge in retail therapy, with 16% of UK online sales happening on that day, according to research by ecommerce data expert PCA Predict. The highest volume of traffic during Mondays is 11am–3pm.

Anthony Veloso has joined the BeautyPro team as digital marketing and brand manager. Veloso will be responsible for the beauty wholesaler’s marketing strategy as well as building consumer awareness of its brands in the professional and retail sectors.

This article appears in the Professional Beauty July 2017 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the Professional Beauty July 2017 Issue of Professional Beauty