THE owner of an extensive beauty salon has had an "absolutely incredible" first year in Amesbury.

Since opening Amesbury House of Perfection on October 18, director Jenny Robson, 48, has expanded the business significantly to offer sports remedial massages, a barbershop and much more.

One year on, the two-storey one-stop beauty shop continues to "cater for everyone" as Miss Robson said her client base continues to expand and diversify.

The Bulford mum started Bella Brows Beauty and Aesthetics, a humble salon on Meadow Road, in February 2022 but saw a demand for her services in Amesbury.

She's now looking to expand the business to create more 'houses of perfection' across Wiltshire and hopes to open in Salisbury soon.

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Salisbury Journal: Inside Amesbury House of Perfection.


Snapping her fingers, Miss Robson said: "The year has gone like that. My clients said they can't believe it's already been a year.

"It has been absolutely incredible and I have loved every minute of it."

House of Perfection has worked with Wiltshire Council and Hampshire Council to offer several opportunities for people who are unable to attend school or college.

Miss Robson took Phoebe Budd, a young woman who had never attended school or college, under her wing and in under one year she qualified as a beautician and works full time doing eyebrow treatments.

Salisbury Journal: Phoebe Budd has achieved a level four beauty course.Phoebe Budd has achieved a level four beauty course. (Image: Salisbury Journal)

The gentleman's barbershop area will undergo further expansion as Miss Robson is looking to hire a full-time barber.

A children's play area has been allocated upstairs to encourage mothers to feel comfortable about coming to the salon and not worrying about arranging childcare.

Despite House of Perfection's short lifetime, Miss Robson recalled many stories of how clients came to her feeling deflated and left with a new-found confidence.

"It's the best feeling ever, I love it. If you can give that to someone it's the best thing you can ever do," she said.

Salisbury Journal: A new barbershop area was built.A new barbershop area was built. (Image: Salisbury Journal)

Mental health awareness has become a priority for the salon which offers 'quiet sessions' on Mondays where people with PTSD or other mental health conditions can book appointments without the risk of a busy experience.

These have proved "fairly popular" among customers, Miss Robson said.

"We have done sessions where the salon has just been open for one person," she added.

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