Pampering service in Waterlooville is fit for a princess

From left, Holly Williams, seven, Emma Sturdess, Laura Williams, Jenna Cook and Taylor-Belle Legg, seven, around the table where the children pamper parties will be held Picture: Keith Woodland (161488-014)
From left, Holly Williams, seven, Emma Sturdess, Laura Williams, Jenna Cook and Taylor-Belle Legg, seven, around the table where the children pamper parties will be held Picture: Keith Woodland (161488-014)

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A NEW salon is making children feel like royalty with its treatments.

Sparkle All Day held a party to celebrate its opening in London Road, Waterlooville.

Co-directors Jenna Cook and Laura Williams initially founded the business with the idea of throwing ‘princess parties’ for kids to enjoy a regal pampering and dining experience.

They then integrated a hair-and-nails service for all ages to seek success on a ‘realistic’ level.

Jenna said: ‘It was an amazing opening, we had so many people that it was a bit overwhelming.’

During the parties, youngsters are also able to get hands-on by creating their own make-up.

Jenna added: ‘Our princess party area looks very beautiful, and all the kids so far have loved the opportunity of pretending to be an adult for the day.’