Avoid the Post Christmas Blues with £10 off Salon 262 Gift Vouchers

Give someone the gift of great hair for Christmas with a Salon 262 Gift Voucher and receive £10 off the price when you spend £30 or more, and they can redeem it in January or February.

January has always been my least favourite month for obvious reasons. Christmas has never been so far away! To top it off there's all that pressure to see through all those New Year's resolutions which usually surround getting fit and getting rid of the inevitable 'holiday weight'. If only the festive period could be longer, if only I could stay snuggled in front of Outnumbered Christmas specials with a box of quality street on my parents cosy sofa until the spring has sprung!

Pamper presents are the perfect Christmas gift as they are guaranteed to give your loved one a much needed boost from the post-Christmas blues. Salon262 are offering £10 off gift vouchers sold in December to be redeemed in January and February.

Pre-Party Pamper Package

Apart from weddings, Christmas is the only time I get really dressed up and go 'out out' and part of the fun of partying is the getting ready part. You don't have to wait until the big day to start giving presents! Salon 262 are offering a pre-party pamper package that would make a very well received pre crimbo gift, or treat yourself like I'm going to. The full package costs £55 and includes;

- a shampoo and mask treatment with head massage

- luxury blow-dry

-express manicure with colour polish of your choice

-professional finishing touches makeup stunning eyes and luscious lips added to your base {and lashes for £10 extra)

Festive Biosculpture Nails by Val

Treat someone or yourself to Val's festive BioSculpture nails. During the first week of December Val is offering festive Gel nails for only £25! And throughout December receive complimentary polish and file on toes with every bio sculpture manicure.

It's such a cliche but Christmas does always seem to come around so quickly. One minute I'm thinking about what to wear for the Christmas work do and the next I'm playing the traditional Boxing Day charades with my grandpa who's quite deaf these days and hasn't realised that someone already guessed 'Great Expectations' five minutes ago while he furiously soldiers on with the mime oblivious.

This year I'm going to get my Christmas shopping done by the time I open the first window on my advent calendar (and buy the advent calendar) and then I'm determined to make the most of and really embrace the build up to Christmas Day!!

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