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Blushes to open in Cirencester

One of Gloucestershire's longest-established hair and beauty destinations, Blushes Hair & Beauty, will open its fourth salon in April.

The new salon in Cirencester has taken over the former Pakeman Catto & Carter store at 5 Market Place. Extensive works are already underway to transform the site into a luxurious 15-chair hair salon, which will bring 20 new job opportunities to the town. Blushes is recruiting now for expert stylists to join the launch team.

Dom Blake, managing director of Blushes Hair & Beauty, said: "We've been looking for the perfect location in Cirencester for a while now and when the space came up in Market Place, we knew it was the opportunity we'd been waiting for.

"Not only does the location fit perfectly with the country luxe feel we're wanting to bring to the town, but the space itself has afforded us the opportunity to bring a cutting edge salon to life.

"With doors set to open this April, it's full steam ahead with renovations and we can't wait to unveil what we have in-store. We'll be launching with an expert styling team already in place, bringing together a mixture of talented hair stylists from across the county, ensuring that our clients receive the high level of service we've become known for."

Designed to emanate the luxurious feel of Blushes' Cheltenham, Nailsworth and Worcester salons, Blushes Cirencester will offer plenty of individual touches to bring the salon's décor to life. A relaxed, airy interior will feature an eclectic mix of cool country design and bright colour pop artwork.

Seating up to 15 clients at any one time, the salon will serve fresh pressed juices and pastries to clients from a lifestyle bar, with plenty of iPads to browse. A beauty service will be offered alongside hair styling.

Established more than 30 years ago, Blushes Hair & Beauty has built up a reputation regionally and nationally and has won multiple awards.

Blushes Hair & Beauty Cirencester is now taking client bookings for April 2020 onwards.

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