- September 21, 2021
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Michelle Williams of Mold’s Eyelicious with her five UK Hair and Beauty Awards prizes.
THE owner of a Mold salon enjoyed a five-star performance at the 2021 British Hair and Beauty Awards held last month.
The event, established in 2014, celebrates the very best the UK’s hair, beauty, nails and spa industry has to offer and recognises those who make a real difference on a daily basis.
One of those to enjoy great success at this year’s British Hair and Beauty Awards, held on August 30, was Michelle Williams from Nercwys.
The 41-year-old has earned a string of awards since setting up Eyelicious Brow, Lash and Skin Clinic on Mold’s Earl Road last November.
Back in June, Michelle, who had previously ran the business from a rented space at the town’s High Street tanning salon Tanz n Hanz, won ‘Brow Lamination Specialist 2020’ at the KBH awards.
She has now followed this up by winning a further five accolades at the UK Hair and Beauty awards.
Michelle and Eyelicious won the ‘Brow Specialist of the Year, Gold Award’ for Wales and she was then crowned a national winner for the ‘Brow Specialist of the Year’ category.
She also added the ‘Self Employed Individual of the Year, Gold Award’, ‘Skin Specialist of the Year, Silver Award’ and ‘Excellence in Customer Service, Silver Award’ (all for Wales) to her trophy cabinet.
Michelle said: “I entered into 4 categories and I was lucky enough to be selected as a finalist for all 4 categories, but went on to win 5 awards.
“I couldn’t believe it. All the hard work over the last 18 months has paid off, even in a global pandemic.”
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