Beauty treatments on the go

By Doug Newhouse |

THE EXPRESS BEAUTY BAR, a new one-stop beauty bar has opened its doors in the departures precinct at Sydney International Airport, offering ‘a range of beauty services for time poor busy professional men and women wanting fast service and value for money’.

The company says it offers various beauty needs in less than 30 minutes, using ‘ethically and internationally renowned products’. 

These include eyelash extensions, blow drys, make up, manicures and pedicures, facials, massages and threading (an ancient Indian technique for removing facial and neck hair popular in Europe and the USA and favoured by celebrities such as Angelina Jolie and Kim Kardashian).

SPECIAL OFFERS
For those wanting more than one treatment, THE EXPRESS BEAUTY BAR offers 50% off the second service, while frequent flyers can also take advantage of its buy three get one free offering.

The new service features a retro aviation themed shop design with large lounge chairs and fun sixties-style flight attendant uniforms worn by the beauty specialists to create a special environment for travellers.

Charmilla Herath, founder of THE EXPRESS BEAUTY BAR said: “We have built a great client base in the city so we thought that opening at the airport was a natural extension for our business. Many of our clients are professionals who regularly travel around the world so it’s great that we can now offer our services at the airport.”

 

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