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Published 14th Dec 2017

Glamour Forever manager Leanne Duncan gives three-year-old Italia-Beau Luft the beauty treatment.

Gelled nails, lash extensions, acrylics and threading are all proving a big hit at Teesside’s newest brow bar and beauty centre, Glamour Forever.

Glamour Forever has opened its latest outlet in Middlesbrough’s Cleveland Centre, with manager Leanne Duncan promising the widest range of affordable beauty treatments.

Nestled near the Centre’s Grange Road entrance alongside HMV, the walk-in brow bar is already proving a big hit with women of all ages – while threading and waxing is proving popular with male visitors.

“We pride ourselves on our belief that we’re the best beauty salon on Teesside,” said experienced beautician Leanne, from Redcar.

“What makes us different is that we understand that life is hectic, so we offer treatments that are quick, convenient, affordable and quality treatments.

“All the beauty treatments are available – whether it be acrylic nails, lash extensions or tints, makeovers or eyebrow treatments.”

The store, which is open from 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday, has created three jobs, with a beautician and nail technician working alongside Leanne.



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