Isn’t it time you were the Centre of Attention?
You must be able to allow time out for a 15minute massage, at least?
In that case you will leave Centre of Attention feeling totally refreshed!
Centre of Attention salon and day spa is a hidden oasis, a destination for you to be indulged and pampered away from the hectic world – and you don’t need a passport to get there.
Upon entering the salon you will be welcomed by the elegance of the chandelier, the inviting glow of burning candles and the calm atmosphere set for you.
Enjoy real coffee, or a selection of teas and the very latest magazines, in an environment that is far from intimidating – one which you won’t want to leave!
The team includes senior hair stylist Helen... beauty, waxing and massage therapist Tammara... nail technician and massage therapist Michelle... and salon owner/manager Debbie, who is also a massage therapist, hair stylist, make-up artist and experienced personal trainer.
Where necessary they will hire additional professionals in the industry in order to cater to your requirements.
They have a range of treatments available for your beauty musts or indulgent pleasure, including hair design and colour, facials, per- manent hair reduction, skin rejuvenation, therapeutic spa and sports massage, spray tanning, manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails and make-up.
Centre of Attention is also ideal for everyday maintenance and special occasions, such as weddings.
They host ‘ Group Therapy Parties’ at the salon or pre-arranged venues – perfect for hen parties, birthday parties, corporate func- tions, sports events, or just because!
Centre of Attention is a boutique salon which has been chosen to be part of a select group of talented people and dynamic salons that understands the Davines philosophy of sustainable beauty.
To find exceptional prices visit their website: www.centreofattention.co.nz.
Centre of Attention, 650 Mt Albert Rd, Royal Oak, is open 9am5pm Tuesday-Saturday (9am-9pm Wednesday/ Thursday). Phone 6243139.
Dynamic team: “Let us make you the Centre of Attention.”