Hair Now & Beauty Now in Dereham offers a wide range of specialist skin, nail and hair treatments using luxury Wella, Neal's Yard and Revlon products.
This relaxed and family-friendly venue can be found just a 10-minute walk from Mid-Norfolk train station and benefits from modern surroundings, wheelchair access and free parking.
The team have been in the industry since 1982 and are passionate about all things hair and beauty, with a wealth of knowledge in waxing, tanning and eyelash extensions.
Look as good as you feel with a visit to Hair Now & Beauty Now.
Find all the classic staples from mani's, pedi's, acrylics, waxing, facials, massage, lash and brow treatments at the calm and cosy Beauty Lounge in Norwich, located above Siam hair design on London street.
Megan offers over 7-years expertise of crafting stunning nails, tension easing massages, and smoothing waxing treatments in an intimate and boutique-style salon.
Each treatment comes with a reputable brand like The Gel Manicure Company, Harley Wax and Million Dollar Facial for that extra peace of mind.
Right in the heart of the city centre moments from the iconic castle, there's a car park only 5-minutes away and Norwich station is a 12-minute walk.
Let yourself go and relax with a timeless treat at The Beauty Lounge.
Seek out the smoothest skin at sweet spot DM-Sugaring in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. Launched in September 2019, it is a fresh grooming destination that specialises in women only sugaring, henna brows, and lash lifts.
The simple yet effective Sugaring technique is the ancient sister of the popular waxing treatment. It boasts a "barely-there pain" experience and is suitable for even the most sensitive skin types.
The brief but inclusive menu brings a more natural method to the removal of unwanted hair for men and women using renowned Alexandria Professional products, ensuring the silkiest and softest results.
This home-based venue offers free parking outside, and is surrounded by numerous bus stops, meaning that getting your groom on at DM-Sugaring is as easy as sugar-pie.