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Newly named Eco Evolve Hair & Beauty Salon at East Sussex College hosts open evening in Lewes

The newly named Eco Evolve Hair & Beauty Salon at East Sussex College Lewes is holding an open evening later this month to celebrate its change of name and new eco status.

The eco-friendly salon offers ammonia, p-Phenylenediamine (PPD), sulphate and paraben free hair products and vegan-friendly beauty treatments. On the evening, which is open to all, visitors can receive heated styling treatments and Evo hair product prescriptions, Indian head massages, seated body massages, hand massages and Eve Taylor skin prescriptions.

Emma Hawkes, Level 2 Hairdressing Co-ordinator at East Sussex College Lewes, says: “We are excited to welcome the public to this event to showcase what we do here at Evolve. Our new eco status is something we are immensely proud of. Our open evening is a chance for visitors to experience a taster of the luxury treatments and services we provide.”

Open to the public, the salon offers hair and beauty treatments at affordable prices. Services are delivered by students training for their qualifications. Past alumni include Kaiya Swain, who won the World Skills competition in Abu Dhabi, in 2017.

The Evolve Eco Salon relaunch party takes place Tuesday 26th February, 5pm-7pm, at East Sussex College, Mountfield Road, Lewes. Attendance is free but visitors are asked to register their attendance on the Eventbrite page.

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