The Grand Opening
A new, luxury beauty salon, ‘Beyond Beauty’, is preparing to open its doors to the public for the first time this June at its official launch open day.
Largs’ latest high quality salon, which will provide treatments to all throughout North Ayrshire, is inviting potential clients from across the region to attend a special open day on Saturday 06 June from 12 noon – 4pm.
The open day is to offer the opportunity to be first to explore and learn all about the salon and treatments that will be available when it officially opens its doors on 09 June.
The official ESPA salon, one of only 450 in the world, will lie in the heart of Largs providing men and women of all ages a luxury, yet affordable, beauty experience in exceptional surroundings.
The specially designed beauty salon has been developed in the premises of a former residential property, creating a relaxing and sophisticated environment.
With four comfortable treatment rooms and welcoming reception area, the team of therapists at Beyond Beauty offer the benefits of extensive industry experience.
Val McGhie, owner of Beyond Beauty, said:
My team and I are extremely excited to present this new beauty salon to the people of North Ayrshire and beyond. At Beyond Beauty we believe in a natural approach to beauty therapy helping clients achieve wellness on the inside and out. With this in mind, clients can be rest assured they are receiving the best possible quality and standards.
Our ultimate goal is to establish ourselves as a top beauty destination across the region offering a professional and luxury service to all. We look forward to welcoming as many as possible at our open day and sharing all our fantastic treatments and products.
Clients will have access to a wide range of some of the very best quality spa treatments and experience as well as having the chance to purchase products from some of the industry’s leading brands.
The team behind Beyond Beauty includes owner, Val McGhie supported by Debbie Leishman, Elizabeth McAllister and Chelsea McGhie.