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A LEADING Teesside hair salon is proving it’s a cut above the rest, following a move to larger premises.

CLO&CO Hair Salon at Prince Regent Street, Stockton-on-Tees, moved to the larger space in the town centre following the salon’s rise in popularity.

And now, owner Chloe Wright, 25, is delighted to see what started off as a small salon at Beckfields, Ingleby Barwick, turn into a booming business in her hometown.

“I’m beyond proud of how CLO&CO has grown over the last 12 months and it’s certainly testament to our hard work, but also thanks to our lovely customers – new and old – who continue to return and spread the word about us,” she said.

“I wanted to make the salon a one stop shop for girls to get all their hair and beauty treatments done under one roof.

“However, we also took into consideration that men need a bit of pampering too, which is why we have The Barbers Room located within the salon.

“Now men, women and children can come to one place for their hair and beauty needs.”

The salon covers all aspects of hairdressing, beauty and makeup including hair extensions, waxing and nail treatments.

Karen Hindhaugh, BID manager at Stockton Business Improvement District added:

“It’s fantastic news that CLO&CO Hair Salon has chosen Stockton town centre as the location for its new, larger salon.

“Stockton BID works hard to ensure that properties in the town centre are made accessible to smaller, independent businesses and I’m delighted to see such a hard-working and driven business open up shop here.

“I wish Chloe and her team every success for the future.”

Stockton BID was launched in November 2016 to help drive business into the town centre and boost the economy through various initiatives, including sorting better deals for traders and creating a programme of events to boost visitor numbers.

Since launching the BID team have delivered a Strictly Valentine’s tea dance featuring BBC Strictly Come Dancing star, Giovanni Pernice, Stockton in the Spotlight, a Fashion Extravaganza and sci-fi festival, Kapow.

The team has also launched an Eat and Drink guide and helped with The Peculiar Past tours, which saw local schools on a guided walk of the town to discovery its quirky history.

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