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Photography By Pete Bell


SINGLE, MARRIED OR SOMETHING ELSE?


I have been seeing someone for about 7months now so fingers crossed I have finally met a good one! hahaha!


TELL US WHAT YOU MOST LOVE ABOUT YOUR WORK?


I love working with the public, making ladies and gents feel good about themselves. I do a lot of treatments in the salon, so every day is exciting and different.


WHAT HAVE BEEN YOUR BEST ACHIEVEMENTS SO FAR?


Most definitely my beautiful daughter and of course my business. Tey are my life!


WHO IS YOUR IDEAL MAN AND WHY?


Hmmm, he would have be tall, muscly, fair hair with big blue eyes.... which is totally the opposite of my guy! Seriously though I do look for someone who makes me laugh and someone who has plenty of drive with a passion for life!


SHOPPING, WHAT IS YOUR WEAKNESS?


My biggest weakness is eBay. I love a good bargain and can’t help myself buying something even if I dont really need it! Also I can’t resist Ted Baker handbags!


FAVOURITE LOCAL SHOPS?


My favourite clothes shop has to be River Island, I’m definitely a high street clothes chick, but saying that I do love Lipsy dresses.


FAVOURITE FOOD?


I`ve always been a bit too busy for food so I’m a bit of a pizza and chips quick fix girl at home. I recently went to Sacre Bleu in Northampton, and could easily get into a bit of French Cuisine!


LOOKING GOOD MUST BE IMPORTANT TO YOU SO, BEST BEAUTY TIPS PLEASE?


I believe looking after your skin is so important. So a good cleanse, tone and moisture routine, day and night works for me. Also a treat of a non -surgical face-lift and a couple of injections in the face really helps! Tat was supposed to be a secret! (Shhhhh)


WHO LOOKS AFTER YOUR LOVELY BLONDE LOCKS?


I`ve been going to Macey at Seckingtons on the Wellingborough Road for some time now, but love them all, they are such a friendly and professional team.


THE PERFECT HOLIDAY DESTINATION WOULD BE?


Tat would have to be the Maldives, I haven’t been…yet, but would love to go! Plenty of sunshine, white sands, blue skies and crystal clear blue sea. Ohhhh paradise!


WHAT OR WHO MAKES YOU LAUGH?


My two gorgeous ragdoll cats. I could watch them for hours, they are so funny and that little





I’m a sucker for a weepy movie. I’m such a softy at heart and will cry at any sad film! Te film “Beaches” starring Bette Midler is my favourite!


man on TV that sweats a lot, what’s his name… Oh yes, Lee Evans he is just hilarious!


WHAT MAKES YOU CRY?


I’m a sucker for a weepy movie. I’m such a softy at heart and will cry at any sad film! Te film “Beaches” starring Bette Midler is my favourite!


YOUR SPARE TIME CONSISTS OF WHAT?


Honestly I really don’t have much spare time at all. I spend most of the my time at the salon, but if I did have the time I would really like to get back into my fitness and join a gym again. I do enjoy a good old girly night out! Oh and yes I do have a boyfriend so I try and squeeze him in also lol!


WHAT’S THE MOST EXPENSIVE JEWELLERY YOU OWN?


My boyfriend took me to Tiffany’s in London for my birthday and he got me a gorgeous bracelet with matching earrings...unfortunately I put my lovely earrings somewhere safe and cant remember where that safe place is! Oops! I really hope to find them one day.


YOUR FINAL GOAL OR DREAM IN LIFE?


I am hoping to expand my business this year and have a few more girls working with me. I also wouldn’t mind getting into teaching beauty at a college or in the salon.


WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING THIS VALENTINES DAY?


Lol ... Me being me then probably working, but who knows I may get whisked off to the Maldives! Hint Hint!


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