As any smart restaurant lover will tell you, it’s always the little out-of-the-way places that are truly special.
Those hideaways that don’t need the hard sell to attract people…
They let all that good word-of-mouth do the shouting for them, let all those glowing, satisfied customers act as their neon sign.
Such is the case with a little room we discovered today at the back of House Of Style in sunny Blacklion. One of the town’s most popular hair salons happens to also be the home of one of Greystones’ best kept secrets.
For, head to the back of House Of Style, and you’ll find a door, and through that door, you’ll find Narnia. Or something even better, if you’re keen to keep your skin young and healthy. And positively glowing.
Having established her secret haven three years ago, Lynda Colbert knows pretty much all there is to know about skin care, and is quick to point out that her weapon of choice is Decléor, the Paris-based giant founded 44 years ago.
It helps too, of course, when you’ve got the perfect escape room to let all your troubles and wrinkles just f-f-f-fade away. As the mural on The Beauty Room door says, with Lynda, You Are One Massage Away From A Good Mood.
You can find out more about The Beauty Room on the House Of Style website here. In the meantime, come with us into the shadows, where bliss awaits, as Lynda tells us all about the fine art of relaxing whilst rejuvenating…
You can find out more about Decléorhere, and about The Beauty Roomhere.
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