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Actress Manjari inaugurates salon and spa

Actress Manjari Phadnis at the inaugural of family salon and spa in the city on Wednesday.
Actress Manjari Phadnis at the inaugural of family salon and spa in the city on Wednesday.

Film actress Manjari Phadnis inaugurated a branch of Naturals Family Salon & Spa at Indira Arcade opposite Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences here on Wednesday.

Naturals is a hair and skin care industry which has a pan-India presence. By opening shop in the city, the organisation has set up its 24{+t}{+h}franchise salon in the State.

The new beauty destination is spread across 2,500 sq. ft. with separate rooms for facial followed by steam shower facility, massage rooms, hair spa, bridal and VIP room. Clad in a peach colour short dress, the actress went around every room in the spa before returning to address the gathering. “This is probably my third visit to this city and I am happy to be endorsing Naturals which is synonym for quality,” she said. “I have seen its good work in other bigger cities and so people here can rely on Naturals to enhance their beauty quotient,” said Manjari amidst incessant clicks of cameras. About her forthcoming film projects, Manjari said she would be seen in ‘Warning’ and ‘Grand Masti’, a sequel to ‘Masti’. Founder of the company Veena Kumarvel said fashion trends and beauty have become essential part in the modern day lifestyle.

“Beauty salons and spa play an important role in lending that glamorous touch to your lifestyle,” she said. Ms. Kumarvel said besides hair forms and hair colouring, grooming services such as bridal make-up, hair styling, manicure, facial and reflexology services were available. “We are committed to quality. Quality and need-based services, reasonable pricing, hygiene and customer satisfaction are our focus areas,” said Aravind, the company’s regional manager.

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