Look a cut above the rest
YOU will feel like a million dollars if you win this competition.
A Cut Above The Rest in Ashford High Street is offering one reader the chance to be pampered with a full colour, cut and blow dry, plus a manicure and pedicure.
The lucky winner will also have their make-up professionally applied by GMTV’s Daniel Sandler and have a reading by psychic owner Yvette Tamara.
And that’s not all. The winner will take home a supply of Wella products, Wella straighteners, a bottle of champagne and beforeand-after photos.
A Cut Above The Rest offers stylish hair cuts, nail bar, makeup and psychic readings.
The salon sells tiaras, some of which contain Swarowski crystals. Once you have used them for your wedding, they can be converted into necklaces and earrings.
The nail bar is run by Debbie Anderson who plans to run nail art courses on a Sunday.
Children and dogs are also welcome. There’s a pooch sofa and a dog-walking service for clients. Every child gets a lollipop and the chance to see the special fairy door.
The salon even gives you a brolly to protect your hairstyle if it’s raining.
Customers will receive 25 per cent off their first cut and blow dry, usually offered at £35, which will be £27.75 with a senior stylist; a full head of foils with a cut and blow dry, normally £80, now only £60 with colour director Emma Taylor; a full set of nails for £20; and free nail art and nail infills for £12 with free nail art.
To book phone 01233 624906 but appointments are not always necessary.
Tell us why you think you should win in not more than 50 words and include a photo of yourself. Send your answer on a postcard or sealed envelope with your name, address and phone number to Cut Above Competition, Kentish Express, 34-36 North Street, Ashford, Kent TN24 8JR or e-mail kecompetition@thekmgro up.co.uk by Friday, June 8.
1. This competition is not open to employees (and immediate families) of the Kent Messenger Group or any other company associated with it.
2. Entries which are altered, illegible or not in accordance with the rules will be disqualified.
3. Responsibility cannot be accepted for entries lost or damaged. Proof of posting cannot be accepted as proof of delivery.
4. The decision of the judges, as appointed by the Kent Messenger Group, is final. 5. Only one entry per person. 6. Entries must be received by noon on June 8, 2007, and name of the winner will be published in this newspaper. There is no cash alternative to the prize.
Shirley Wilkinson, Yvette Tamara and Emma Taylor of A Cut Above The Rest