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Upaasna Gives Correct Advice, Customers Keep Returning

Customers keep returning to the Beauty Face to Face and Hair Saloon for the services they are accorded. According to director Upaasna Lakshmita Swamy their giving correct advice to their
29 Dec 2017 11:00
Upaasna Gives Correct Advice, Customers Keep Returning
From left: Jessica Krishna, Upaasna Lakshmita Swamy and her mum Sinda Mani in Lautoka. PHOTO: Kathrin Krishna Kumar.

Customers keep returning to the Beauty Face to Face and Hair Saloon for the services they are accorded.

According to director Upaasna Lakshmita Swamy their giving correct advice to their customers has enabled them maintain their list of clients.

“We provide them with correct information with regards to the products that we use,” Ms Swamy said.

“I also advise them on the makeup selection and also inform them if the makeup that they plan to use would not turn out well. This in turn makes the customer happy and satisfied; moreover they continue coming back to us,” she said.

Located opposite the Lautoka Bus Stand in Tukani Street in Lautoka the saloon offers a variety of services.

Ms Swamy had studied at the Ellipse Institute in Auckland in New Zealand where she graduated with a Diploma in Beauty and Body Therapy.

“We have had satisfied customers and bringing smiles to their faces is our utmost priority,” she said.

“We also provide good packages for different events like weddings, engagements, birthdays and so far people have been satisfied and happy with our services.”

After graduating in 2009, Ms Swamy had struggled to find a job in Fiji, four years later she decided to start her own business.

“I struggled after I came to Fiji as people did not want to employ me as I had studied in New Zealand,” she said.

She added that she always had an interest in beauty and body therapy.

“I first started with threading eyebrows, doing henna designs, braiding hair when I was in primary school. When I was in Form Four, my mum Sinda Mani started working as a hairdresser.

“I used to accompany her to work in the weekends and I made a decision to study beauty and body therapy as a career. My mum also taught me a lot about hair dressing.

Ms Swamy said that her mother’s support enabled her to achieve her dream career.

“My mum and I started with one hair blow-dryer, three cutting scissors and some thread. We started on a small scale and slowly bought the needed equipment, chemicals and other necessities needed in a salon.

“I like what I am doing now and thank my mum for helping me achieve my dreams. I have grown and every day I learn something new in this beauty industry.”

 

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