Professional Beauty
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// The Black Skin Directory has unveiled the first in a series of e-pop-up shops which aim to provide effective treatment solutions for those with darker skin tones.The first in the series launched on October 1 and focused on pigmentation.

// Alan Howard continues to expand with the opening of a new store in Bury. The store carries major pro beauty and hair brands as well as exclusive ranges only sold at Alan Howard.

// Beauty Therapist Ashleigh Jones has opened her own beauty salon, Be Pampered, in Sedgefield, County Durham. The space has three treatment rooms, two manicure and two pedicure areas, and a make-up station.

// Two military wives, Stacey McCulloch and Lisa Leclerc, have fulfilled their dream by opening beauty salon Flutter By Stacey in Gosport. The duo have teamed up with beauty therapist Paula Price to offer specialist treatments such as dermaplane facials.

// Derma-cosmeceutical brand Nimue Skin Technology has launched a 12-week challenge, a campaign aiming to give clients a newfound confidence without wearing foundation. The challenge includes a tailored product kit, along with vouchers for four pro treatments.

This article appears in the PB October 2018 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the PB October 2018 Issue of Professional Beauty