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Grace Road Plans To Open Another Beauty Salon In The West Next

“The salon will use products such as a face lifting machine from Korea as well as hair products from Germany such as Schwarzkopf to treat hair loss,"
10 Sep 2019 17:00
Grace Road Plans To Open Another Beauty Salon In The West Next
Fourth from left: Frequent customer of Grace Salon,Vani Galibau with the Staff of Grace Salon at their newly opened hair salon at Flagstaff Plaza in Suva. Photo: Laiseana Nasiga

The Grace Road Group is planning to open another beauty salon in the Western Division next year.

This was confirmed by the company’s operations manager Grace Park following the opening of their beauty salon at Flagstaff Complex in Suva last week.

Ms Park said the location of this beauty salon will be announced later.

For the new salon at Flagstaff, Ms Park said it would provide face and body care as well as specialise in hair and scalp care for hair loss treatment.

“The salon will use products such as a face lifting machine from Korea as well as hair products from Germany such as Schwarzkopf to treat hair loss,” she said.

“We have a lot of people having a problem with hair loss, even young people.

“This is due to stress, pressure and various reasons, so we got really effective products from Korea to help regrow the hair.”

Hair damage treatment

Ms Park said they had met a lot of people who had damaged hair, and when they tried to straighten or dye their hair it’s really difficult to recover from all their hair loss.

“A lot of customers come with a lot of damage hair and we try to fix their hair with the products we have.

“That is why we import good products from Germany and Korea as well. We invited a special consultant from Korea for scalp care and skin care.”

Salon staff

Grace beauty salon currently employs three local staff and three Grace Road members.

Food culture

Aside from beauty salon, Grace Road Group had also expanded further in the food business as they had also opened their new Grace Kitchen and Sunny Pizza restaurant in Votualevu, Nadi.

Ms Park said through its main Grace Road Farm in Navua, Grace Road Group looks to upgrade Fiji’s food culture by producing chemical-free fruits and vegetables.

“We try to improve the food culture because in Fiji, there is a lot of importation and sometimes it becomes too expensive and low quality.

“We want to bring good things to Fiji because we want to develop Fiji.”

Potential

She said: “We know that Fiji has the potential because we have a lot of good land, good soil, good weather and good water.”

Grace Road business

Grace Road Group has a total of 53 businesses across the country.

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