Pamper yourself post-lockdown with the best local beauty businesses

While lockdown 2.0 may have seen you reignite a passion for power walking, become a local takeaway connoisseur or somewhat of an online shopping addict, there certainly haven’t been any opportunities to be pampered on a professional level. Now as Level 2 edges into sight, we can once again look forward to visiting our favourite beauty therapists for a tune-up. Whether stress has your shoulders aching for a massage or your brows are begging to be tamed, these brilliant local beauty spots are here to help once we settle back into Level 2. 

Keep in mind these businesses will be adjusting to altered working conditions, so show kindness and patience when securing a booking. Please check with individual businesses for opening hours and terms and conditions of service, such as wearing a mask.  

Brows:
Drop the tweezers and let the pros work their magic. From shaping and tinting to lamination and microblading, these local brow bars have all your bases covered. See our round-up of the best brow specialists.

Hair:
If there’s one thing you should leave to the experts, it’s your locks. Whether you want to emerge from lockdown with a new look, or simply need a refresh, turn to a seasoned stylist to turn your vision into reality. Check out our guide to the best colourists for blondes and the top stylists for tending to curly hair.

Massage:
If there’s anything you deserve for making it this far through 2020, it’s a good massage. Trust the best hands in the business to work out all matter of post-lockdown knots and kinks from our list of the top massage therapists in town.

Facials:
Put your best face forward with a restorative and relaxing facial. Knowledgeable therapists will be able to spoil your skin far beyond the at-home sheet mask you’ve been stuck with for the past few weeks. See our list of the best local facialists.

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