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ADVERTISING FEATURE HAIR AND BEAUTY


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ussell Lambard and Chery Hancock have collaborated to give you the ultimate hairdressing and beauty experience.


With 15 years experience between them,


and colour specialist degrees, Russell and Cheryl will ensure that HQ Hairdressing will be an experience that is second to none. Offering not only a fantastic hairdressing


HEAD TO HQ FOR THE ULTIMATE HAIRDRESSING EXPERIENCE


experience, but also beauty treatments including endermology, waxing, facials, eyelash and eyebrow tinting, Shellac and Gelish nails. All this alongside alternative treatments such as holistic massage, deep tissue massage and acupuncture. Russell works alongside the charity


‘my new hair’ providing his services to consult with clients who are going through chemotherapy, to order, prepare and


cut new wigs for clients and provide an aftercare service for when the client’s hair begins to grow again. A first-time visit to our salon also


provides the client with a free two-day pass to the David Lloyd Gym. We look forward to meeting you and


getting the opportunity to make your experience an unforgettable one! CL


Free parking on site for our clients at all times. Creche facilities are available by pre booked appointment.


HQ Hairdressing Greystoke Avenue Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, Avon, BS10 6AZ tel; 0117 9508899 www.hqhairdressing.com


www.mediaclash.co.uk Clifton Life 61


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