Wakefield beauty salon – nominated for English Business Awards Best Beauty Salon – expands into training academy and product line

02 July 2024

Holly Stephens from Wakefield has expanded her city centre beauty business to include a training academy and product line.

House of Hol, run by Holly Stephens, is located at Unity Hall in Wakefield city centre and has recently expanded to offer accredited beauty training courses.

Holly has also been busy creating her product line – Lashmode – which the businesswoman brought out earlier this year and which is “tailored for lash artists”.

Speaking about starting the courses, Holly said: “It is an incredible career and I absolutely love it – I can’t wait to be able to teach people.”

Holly said she found a passion for beauty after initially starting her business downstairs at home whilst using money from her part time work to grow it. She added: “Then it took off from there. I didn’t think it was possible but I put the hours in.”

The next courses are due to start in August.

Holly brought out her product line – Lashmode – earlier this year. It currently offers tweezers and lashes, with plans to expand into adhesives in the future.

In another triumph for the business, the salon has also reached the finals for the 2024 English Business Awards (Best Beauty Salon category).

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