A new upscale salon has opened its doors to customers at the plush Speke Apartments at Wampewo Avenue in Kampala City. The new salon called Calabash Salon completes the recently introduced Calabash Spa and Salon.
In June, Speke Apartments, which specializes in self catering apartments for corporate, leisure and family travelers in Kampala, added a classy and luxurious facility, Calabash Spa and Salon, to further meet the needs of its customers.
However only the Spa section was operational offering Swedish massage, neck - back & shoulder massage, pregnancy massage, aromatherapy massage, foot massage, Indian head & neck massage & hot stone massage.
Now Calabash Salon is here with professional stylists to cater to the needs of both male and female clients with the utmost dedication. The salon offers haircuts, conditioning treatments and colour for all hair types. It also handles facial hair removal, men’s grooming and it has a kids’ corner.
“All our clients can expect refreshments after their treatments to further their relaxation experience at Calabash Spa and Salon. No matter your hair type, Calabash Salon is prepared to cater to all your hair care needs.” Calabash Spa and Salon said on their social media pages.
Calabash Spa and Salon is a luxurious spa and salon that provides a variety of services for the purpose of improving health, beauty and relaxation through personal care treatments such as hair, massages and facials.
It is a haven of peace & tranquility set against the ambience of natural beauty, for those who wish to relax, restore and rejuvenate, body mind and spirit.
It is a paradise filled with exotic aromas, essential oils, spice and floral fragrances, designed to enhance and optimise the total “mind - body experience”. Take a time-out from life as you know it .
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