Queen Bee Hair & Beauty specialises in ladies' classic and contemporary hair styling in Parkhead, Glasgow.
Experienced stylist Carly offers a whole host of ways to tame your tresses, with a choice of intense block tints, root to tip highlights in sunkissed or autumnal tones or the super popular French Balayage colour technique.
Perfectly matched colours aside, you'll find tailored cuts as well as updos, big bouncy blowouts and pin curls to prep for an event or simply to treat yourself.
Centrally situated around the corner from The Forge Shopping Centre, Queen Bee has plenty of bus stops nearby and Carntyne Station is just a 10-minute walk away.
Book in today to revive your locks and leave feeling great.
Beauty Lounge in Glasgow invites you to unwind whilst enjoying a moment of indulgence from a special selection of manis, pedis, waxing, facials, massage and more.
This Glaswegian getaway was opened up in May 2019 by a team of beauty experts who have over 10 years of experience preening and pruning.
Whatever you choose, your beauty treatment will be unique and tailored to suit you. Whether you're in need of a sleep-inducing massage or a botanical brightening skin booster, you'll get exactly what you need.
Found in the House of Sher Shopping Mall, there's access to parking and Glasgow Central station is a 14-minute walk away.
Book yourself in for a well-deserved respite today at Beauty Lounge and allow the team to take care of you.
Please Note: This is a ladies only salon.
Based in the heart of Glasgow's Retail Centre, Serenity Holistics is a modern haven of wellness offering a diverse selection of massage therapies.
Whether you're in need of a full session of relaxation or an express pick-me-up, your experienced therapist caters to your needs to ensure you leave feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.
Choose from their specialist range of techniques, including everything from hot stone and warm bamboo massages to bespoke full-body treatments.
The venue can be found within the Pentagon Centre on Washington Street, a short walk from Anderson station.
Not wheelchair accessible.