Versova has a hot new beauty spot now! The launch of the new unisex Lakmé Salon at Panch Marg was no ordinary one and saw the presence of many renowned actors. The salon was inagurated by Bollywood actor Sonu Sood. "I am ecstatic to be inaugurating Lakmé Salon’s newest branch in Yari Road. The treatments offered are exceptional and their years of backstage expertise is simply commendable. I would trust Lakmé Salon services and expertise, blindly. I couldn’t have been happier supporting the brand in their endeavour," he said at the launch.
Celebrities such as Vishal Singh Ridheema Tiwari, Harshali Zine, Aniruddh Dave, Himmanshoo Malhotra, Vikas Grover and Abraam Pandey were spotted at the launch. While Ridheema looked ravishing in a black number, Himmanshoo was his usual chirpy self and made sure to interact with everyone. Vishal Singh, who was seen after a long time, looked amazing. Aniruddh had fun interacting with his fans and clicking selfies with them.
Talking about the salon, Surbhi Dalvi, franchise co-partner in this venture said, "This is the third venture, we have our previous two ventures in Shankar Lane Malad and one in Thakur Complex (Kandivali). We chose Versova as it is a happening area where our target segment lives. It's a family salon, so everyone is welcome".
Sanjay Dwivedi, franchisee co-partner, Lakmé Salon, added, “Lakmé Salon is one of the most trusted beauty services brand in the industry and I couldn’t have asked for a better partner for my business. This is the third Lakmé Salon I have successfully begun, and the mentorship and support the brand has provided me has been invaluable. I’m delighted to be part of the Lakmé Entre-PRO-neur programme that has helped and encouraged partners like me, to build a successful business and career.”
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