Trio join forces to create a salon with a difference
THERE’S STRENGTH in numbers for three business-women, who have pooled their expertise and resources to form a salon with a difference.
Clondalkin resident Roxy O’Reilly and her business partner Agatha Michlsa, from Tallaght, both worked together in a salon for years. They recently took the plunge to open their own venture Bella Beauty, and have teamed up with Madalina Trintea, who runs Minknificent in Rathcoole.
Minknificent is already an established and well-known business in the community.
The newly forged merger is called Bella Beauty & Minknificent, and the ladies hosted an official opening on Saturday to celebrate this new exciting chapter.
“We decided to go out together in business and took the leap with a lot of fear, giving up our previous employment and going into the unknown,” said Roxy.
“However, we have a great passion for our work, and have renovated the salon with our clients in mind, to create a warm, welcoming environment.
“We strive to offer the best customer experience. There was no other nail salon in the community and we are eager to offer our expertise.
“We have 40 years experience in the beauty field and nail industry.”
Roxy feels the trio make an “excellent team”, and they are striving to add something of value to community, and offer customers “a higher standard of service.”
Bella Beauty & Minknificent, are located at Unit 2a, Eaton House, Main Street, Rathcoole.