Magazine feature is a Dream for salon

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An Arbroath salon owner will be featured in a national hair magazine this month following her success at an industry awards ceremony.

Dream Hair returned from the star-studded Scottish Hair And Beauty Awards (SHABA) in September with two top industry accolades - proprietor Marie Mcintosh Ramminger won Best Female Stylist and Best Blow Dry was won by Nadine Torrie.

Marie will featured in this month’s Salon NV Magazine and has praised her team in the article.

Joanne Reid, director of SHABA and Salon NV Magazine, made her first visit to Arbroath on Friday to meet with Marie and her team to congratulate them on their success.

Marie said: “Joanne Reid visiting was amazing, taking time out from her very busy job as director of SHABA and Salon NV Magazine, and I am over the moon about my feature this month as Scottish Stylist of The Year.

“To have Joanne in salon was fantastic. We had a great chat and a brilliant night.

“Joanne is very well respected in Scottish and British hair dressing so to spend time with her was great.

“To be at this point after a short period of time is really something and to have the support we’ve had has been great.

“It’s crazy to be featured alongside these big salons from big cities.

“We are also up for an Angus Business of the Year Award and Salon of the Year in November, which we are excited about!

“I’ve got plenty of things up my sleave still and I’m excited about my future and that of Dream Hair.

Angus South MSP Graeme Dey visited the salon on Thursday in response to their recent success at SHABA.

Marie said: “It was fantastic to meet with Graeme and to discuss our success and how hard my team and I have worked to achieve these goals.

‘‘The salon is going from strength to strength and it’s a positive outlook for Angus.’’

He commented: “Warm congratulations are due Dream Hair for their success. It is terrific to see an Arbroath based business triumphing on a national stage. But just as importantly I was really impressed to learn of the charitable work they undertake.”