A HAIRDRESSER in Stroud is celebrating 4 many years of styling prospects and making them look their greatest.
Louise Price from Vogue Haircare has seen a variety of types and fashions, from large hair and perms to mullets.
She started as an apprentice at the salon on Gloucester Street in 1982 and took over in 2000.
She moved to Stroud from Coventry along with her household when she was 5 years previous and attended Thomas Keble which at the time was referred to as Manor School.
Louise stated she will’t fairly consider that she has been at the salon for 40 years.
She stated: “I took over the enterprise in 2000, so I’m arising on 40 years in residence on Friday which is one thing to have a good time.
“I can’t fairly consider I’ve been right here for 40 years, it’s a testomony to having fun with what you do and dealing with nice individuals.
Vogue Haircare employees with Louise Price (center)
“As you’ll be able to think about I’ve seen just a few hairstyles over the many years, having joined the salon within the 80s when large hair and perms had been in demand.
“It’s fascinating to see these appears re-emerging with mullets and shags making a comeback together with teenage boys surprisingly selecting up the perming pattern.
“It’s wonderful to look again and see how expertise has improved the business, from shoppers’ data obtainable to view at a click on of a button, future appointments being made on-line, by way of our web site and receiving textual content messages the day earlier than to remind you of your appointment.”
On Friday (September 30) Louise will have a good time 40 years with fizz, tea and cake as a part of her Macmillan Coffee Morning.
She stated: “I’ll be celebrating with my fabulous staff and all our new and long-standing shoppers, lots of whom have been visiting us from the beginning.
“Our success and longevity are undoubtedly because of our distinctive degree of customer support which runs by means of the staff.
Vogue Haircare salon
“We need every consumer to have the perfect expertise, we love making a welcoming-all inclusive atmosphere.”
Louise’s mum Edna Powell was well-known for her work with Stroud Country Show and in 2006 she opened up the Cotswold Sewing Machines in Lansdown.
Edna sadly died in 2018 and ever since Louise has been operating Macmillan espresso mornings to assist fundraise.
Everyone is welcome to attend Vogue Haircare’s espresso morning on Friday.
You can contact the hair salon at [email protected] or by means of their web site www.voguehaircare.co.uk