A CHESTER city centre brow and skin clinic is celebrating its first anniversary.

Brow HQ and its visionary training academy, centrally located in the historic Rows, offers access to exclusive treatments carried out by industry-leading professionals.

In its first year, the team of experienced professionals have gained over 1,000 five-star reviews from happy customers and clients raving about their brows, skin, lips or lash enhancing treatments.

The clinic also offers a variety of treatments including solutions for clients suffering from hair-loss through alopecia or cancer and provide a unique and personalised experience.

Founder Leisa Roberts said: “It has been a really exciting and successful first year for us here in Chester. As a child it was always my dream to have a stunning salon in Chester where clients, colleagues and students could thrive and here, we are. I couldn’t be more delighted!

"Both myself and the team are super passionate about our crafts and delivering happiness to our clients. We all enjoy making the experience with us as indulgent and luxurious as possible and are lucky enough to have a stunning setting to do so.

"Nothing makes us happier than seeing clients grow in confidence and the big smiles on their faces when we show them the results of our treatments.

"We are proud to be an all-inclusive brand, have a huge range of vegan products and pride ourselves on ultimately saving people time by providing a treatment that is just right for them. We don’t ever off a ‘one size fits all approach’, we very much tailor – make services and treatments according to our clients individual styles and needs."

As part of their dedication to helping people grow in confidence, Brow HQ has also recently launched a collaboration with influencer and alopecia sufferer, Danielle Gilbert. The self-named Dani-G Brow capsule collection of revolutionary new brow transfers has been designed specifically for individuals with hair loss conditions; those living with alopecia and those who may be suffering from hair loss due to undergoing cancer treatment.

Leisa added: “Having really fine hair myself growing up, I know just how it feels to be lacking in confidence as a result of this. I started working with the Alopecia Society a couple of years before I met Dani and it really upset me to see the lack of support there is for those suffering from hair loss conditions - especially from the beauty industry.

"After a lot of research we discovered that there was nothing in supermarkets or stocked in major retailers. And even a lengthy trawl of the internet only brought up low quality options, that lasted a few hours at best.

"And so, realising there was nothing similar out there, we decided to go it alone and create our own product. And we couldn’t be prouder.”

For more information, visit https://www.brow-hq.com