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Best Beauty Salon Award

24th Mar 2014

Beauty salons are a haven, a hideaway from the outside world. Somewhere to cosset yourself in a sweetly scented oil and relax while your skin is skilfully restored to its former glory. All that with the option of tanning, nails, hair removal and make-up application – it’s easy to see why they’re a girl’s best friend. Nominated for Best Beauty Salon are

Vanity Rooms


Brought to you by the letter J, the Vanity Rooms in Dublin’s Stepaside is presented by Jennifer Butler and Jennifer O’Brien. With a carefully edited list of treatments to choose from, don’t expect to be offered anything the team wouldn’t stand by.



As one of Ireland’s leading laser hair removal specialists, Th?rapie, under the guidance of managing director Philip McGlade, not only offers solutions to address everyday upkeep, it has a plethora of procedures to rejuvenate, pamper and indulge.

Burgundy Beauty


Hailed as Blackrock’s one-stop beauty spot for everything from facials to false tan, Burgundy Beauty is the brainchild of Laura McLoughlin, an industry powerhouse known for her impeccable standards and client care.



Born out of a desire to offer Irish women more choice in beauty brands and services, Una McGurk founded Revive in 2003. Considering its roster of unique treatments coupled with highly professional staff, its no wonder clients visit from afar.

Aqua Beauty


You’ll be privy to, and grateful for, the latest skincare technology at Michelle Casey’s Aqua Beauty. With over 15 years in the business, she’s always one step ahead when it comes to complexion chic.

Serenity Day Spa


Balancing beauty and wellness with a holistic approach to treat face, body and soul, Nuala Woulfe and her team tailor each regime specifically to your needs. A visit is a lesson in aesthetic expertise.

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