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feeling like you are simply having one product after another slathered on and removed again, with no discernible improvement in your skin condition in the days afterwards? Of course, that might be acceptable if your only goal is relaxation and a bit of pampering, but hair and beauty salon owner Karen Christensen knows that most people want value for money from their investment into beauty treatments, and even more importantly, results. “I qualified 25 years ago and I’ve


had the best job in the world ever since, helping people to look and feel


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A facial with results H


ow many times have you booked in for a facial, only to spend the treatment


amazing,” says Karen. “We specialise in ‘trouble-shooting’ and we help clients deal with issues such as acne or rosacea. The same is true for the hair salon, as clients pay for our expertise and in return they want the wow factor. In 45 minutes it’s possible to change someone’s world, what could be better than that?” After 12 years of running a successful salon in Heritage Courtyard and building her business on the strength of her reputation, Karen decided to move to a high profile location in a beautiful 14th century building on Market Street in September 2012, which has enabled the salon to go from strength to strength, attracting even more clients


Looking for a treatment that achieves great results, given by experts in their field? Look no further than Karen Christensen Hair & Beauty, says LINDSEY HARRAD


over the past year. Karen’s obvious passion trickles down through the business, and most of her dedicated team has been with the company for between seven to ten years. “I’ve always believed it’s important to continually reinforce skills with training, it builds confidence and enthusiasm and makes people better at their job,” says Karen. This is particularly evident on the


hair side of the business, as creative director Kate Morse is a L’Oreal ID Artist and colour specialist, who auditioned and was invited to be part of a prestigious education and training programme run by L’Oreal to mentor young talent, and which allows new skills, trends and expertise to be


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