Glamorous open day for a street saloon

THE HOUSE OF GLAM had a successful opening day as it made its debut at the new venue.

The salon recently moved to the high street of Newton-le-Willows and officially celebrated its opening on Sunday, with music and bubbly waiting to welcome you.

Lily Cooper, owner of The House of Glam, said: “I was really made up with the turnout – I wasn’t expecting so many people. It was brilliant.

“A few of my friends came, then clients came. I think when the buzz started happening, people were like “oh, what’s going on here” and then came and wanted a price list.

“It was a really successful weekend.”

The salon opened prematurely on Saturday for the High Street Jubilee celebrations and offered face painting for children.

The 24-year-old added: “We were open for a few hours on Saturday for the Jubilee, we had so much to do and it was still like a construction site on Saturday afternoon.

“I was there until 3 p.m. to do all the face painting for the kids – it was a big hit, they were all made up with it.”

Lily was warmly welcomed by her neighbors and other high street businesses came out to support her.

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