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The UK’s first ever Airport Blow Dry and Beauty Bar is set to open this July at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Heidi & Pearl Blow Out To Go Out, is the brainchild of young entrepreneurs Alana Heidi Nouri and Isobel Glanville-Pearl and aims to capture an international audience by boasting a wide range of fashion forward hair styling for woman, men and children travelling through the Airport.
The unit launches on Monday 21st July at 4.30am and will be located in the middle of the Departure Lounge and accessible to all passengers flying from the airport. It will also offer a range of supporting beauty services including HD brows and an array of manicures and pedicures.
This new venture is a high end concept blow dry bar at its most inventive; where the modern clinical vibe from an airport concession meets the creature comforts and deluxe design ethic of a boutique cocktail bar to create a unique, innovative customer experience.
Heidi & Pearl have been fortunate enough to work with Celebrity stylist Cally Borg, personal hair stylist to Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell, certifying their ‘Blow Outs’ as fashion forward, stunning and most importantly achievable for all styles.
Speaking on their venture, Heidi & Pearl Director, Alana Nouri, said, “We are very excited to have an airport presence and even more excited that we are in Liverpool, we couldn’t have asked for a more glamorous customer base!”
Sammy Patel, Commercial Manager for Liverpool John Lennon Airport added, “We think this new initiative will be a real hit with our passengers who always like to look their best. Now they will be able to call in for a quick relaxing pamper just before they jet off on holiday.”
User experience is at the forefront of Heidi & Pearl’s business ethic and to that end customers can enjoy free Wi-Fi on in-store iPads as well as a delicious beverage menu, offering a morning caffeine fix or a pre party glass of bubbly from ‘The Kissing Gate’ bar opposite their unit.
Passengers can even book their Heidi and Pearl experience online in advance providing early bird booking incentives.
Heidi & Pearl’s official website can be found at www.HeidiandPearl.com
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