Getting into the towels with TOWIE and friends

BY CALUM FRASER
calum@slpmedia.co.uk

Soap opera and reality TV stars were rubbed, tucked and plucked to perfection by staff at a spa celebrating its second anniversary.

The Lifestyle, Aesthetics and Beauty (LAB) salon in Sidcup, Bexley, pampered the celebs with the latest beauty and relaxation treatment.

The Only Way is Essex star Shelby Tribble was joined by Love Island’s Chloe Crowhurst, Britain’s Next Top Model Victoria Clay and Coronation Street’s Sally Lindsay.

Mel Kenyon and Victoria Clay

The event was hosted by Mel Kenyon who has worked in the family business in Sidcup High Street since it opened.

She said: “We held the event to showcase that here, at LAB, we offer top of the range treatments to compete with West End and City salons, but not at London prices.

“It’s really important to me and the business that we keep up to date with new and improving technology because we want to make the salon a front runner in providing the best beauty and specialist advanced treatments.”

Guests received manicures and pedicures, messages and new body toning technology and laser hair removal.

LAB also offers facials, waxing, Brows and Lashes, dermarollering, skin peels, botox and fillers among other treatments.

For more information, visit www.lab-salon.co.uk


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