North Warnborough hair salon shortlisted in the UK Hair and Beauty Awards – Basingstoke Gazette

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Kate Goddard in front of Studio K Hair Salon in Hook
A hair salon in North Warnborough has been shortlisted in the UK Hair and Beauty Awards.
Studio K Hair Salon on Hook Road in North Warnborough has been shortlisted in the best new salon category.
The salon, which was opened in September, has grown rapidly since then and now have two new members on the team.
Kate Goddard, the owner of the salon, said she can’t thank her clients enough for their support.
“Opening Studio K felt right and I’m so happy I can put a smile on my clients’ faces after such a difficult run of events,” Kate said.
“My biggest achievement, having had a baby young, is that my daughter, now 11, is actually inspired by me. She Googles me at school to show her friends. I’ve never been prouder.
“We can’t thank our clients enough for their ongoing support and loyalty, it’s what keeps us alive and cutting.”
The UK Hair and Beauty Awards celebrate the hair and beauty industry in an aim to support businesses both large and small and expose all candidates to new opportunities via social media, no matter their financial and social status.
After a long year of struggle and strife for so many UK-based hair and beauty industry professionals, the Hair and Beauty Awards is aiming to help the contestants build a following and recognition – even if they don’t win.
The winners of the awards will be announced in March 2022.
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