Changes for the bet­ter

Cockburn Gazette - - LOVE LOCAL -

FOR Jane Walsh, her dream be­came a re­al­ity when she opened her own beauty sa­lon.

The Queen Vic­to­ria Sa­lon opened in 1999.

The beauty ther­apy sa­lon owner said she had had seven years ex­pe­ri­ence in the beauty in­dus­try when it opened.

“My dream was to al­ways get enough ex­pe­ri­ence to open my own sa­lon so I could have the free­dom to choose both treat­ments and prod­ucts that I wanted to of­fer to my clien­tele,” she said.

“With the won­der­ful sup­port of both tal­ented staff and sup­port­ive clien­tele, I have been able to en­joy both rais­ing my two chil­dren and run­ning a busi­ness.”

The sa­lon of­fers wax­ing, tint­ing, nails, mas­sage, tan­ning and ad­vanced skin treat­ments such as skin needling.

Ms Walsh said like North Fre­man­tle, beauty tech­niques had also changed over the past 20 years.

“North Fre­man­tle has changed re­mark­ably; our old North Fre­man­tle town cen­tre is back to be­ing full of ac­tiv­ity with every­thing from beauty, cafes, bars, cloth­ing and fit­ness,” she said.

“I think the big­gest change I’ve no­ticed in the beauty in­dus­try in the last 20 years is we now have the most amaz­ing, ac­tive, re­sult-driven Aus­tralian­made skin­care at our fin­ger­tips. In-sa­lon treat­ments and home­care has ad­vanced so much, giv­ing us the abil­ity to treat se­ri­ous skin con­cerns with great re­sults.”


Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.