SHE already runs a successful UK-wide training academy focusing on beautiful brows.

And now Glasgow beautician Louise Brannigan is branching out with two new facial treatments and a hair loss programme.

Louise was the first person in Scotland to open a brow bar. Her semi-permanent Epibrow technique, which uses freehand feather-styling, brought a new shaping style to the burgeoning brow market and is growing in popularity.

And she’s hoping her talent for spotting new trends will extend to the new non-surgical treatments - one uses the client’s own blood platelets, the other utilises an advanced exfoliation technique - which are available at her city-centre clinic.

The mum of two also trains beauticians in Scotland, Yorkshire and London in a range of skills including eyebrow shaping, laser tattoo removal, semi-permanent make-up and hair loss treatments.

Louise is excited about growing her business.

“My vision is to be the best beauty training academy in the UK and this expansion into the skincare market is the first step on that journey,” she said.

“It’s a really exciting time, not only are we are expanding with training for our two new facial treatments and hair loss programme, we have also launched a brand new training facility in Yorkshire as well as our new Scottish base at the Orasculpt clinic in Glasgow.”

And she believes Glasgow’s style pedigree makes it the ideal place to launch new products.

“Glasgow is a city that isn’t afraid of a bit of glamour - that's one of the reasons Epibrow really took off here. I have a busy ever expanding business, two kids and a dog sometimes and it can be tough to squeeze in my own beauty regime. But taking care of yourself is so important - I firmly believe a little bit of 'me time' goes a long way.

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