Just in time for the reopening of salons, The Beehive Hair Lounge has launches in Gloucester City Centre.
Having transformed a historic building in Gloucester throughout lockdown, The Beehive Hair Lounge offers a fresh and fun look to the historic neighbourhood.
Just a stone’s throw from Gloucester Cathedral, owner Louise Longley-Davis made the leap to completely transform the two-floor character building. The salon is now a beacon of sunlight with colourful touches and mid-century décor.
The salon offers two large areas, with enough from for a couple busy stylists and potentially a lash/ brow or makeup artist. The salon also boasts of having a cocktail bar and a lovely outdoor space where guests can enjoy their refreshments.
At the moment, the Beehive is being run solely by queen bee herself, Louise, but is on the look out for self employed stylists and beauticians to join the hive! The Beehive Hair Lounge team will be offering a full range of cuts and colours, using the latest techniques and Olaplex products – creating fresh new styles for clients looking to update their lockdown looks.
For more information about the Beehive Hair Lounge, or becoming part of the Beehive team, check out The Beehive Hair Lounge on Facebook.