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Beauty business opens its doors at Connah’s Quay hair salon

A BEAUTY therapist has set up shop in a popular Deeside hair salon.

Katherine Massey, who owns The Hair Sanctuary in Thornfield Avenue, Connah’s Quay, is now renting a room in the salon to Kelly Angell.

Kelly, who trained at Deeside College, will run Fallen Angells from the shop and said the business is already starting to take off.

The 22-year-old offers tanning, waxing and nail services, as well as facials, manicures, pedicures and other beauty treatments.

She said: “I’m enjoying it and I’ve been really busy. It was a bit scary at first as this is my first business, but everyone has been really nice and word is starting to spread I’m here.”

After taking over The Hair Sanctuary three years ago, Kath said many of her regular customers had started to ask about beauty treatments.

“There seemed to be a lot of interest in beauty services, so I though this would be a good idea,” she said. “We have had good feedback so far.”

Chairwoman of Connah’s Quay Town Council, Pam Attridge, a client of The Hair Sanctuary, said she was delighted to see Fallen Angells being so well-received in the community.

She added: “I’d like to welcome Kelly on board and wish her every success with her new business venture.”