Starting Out

As a little girl I wanted to be a ballerina (sadly I grew too tall!). Then I became beauty obsessed from the age of 12: I practised on EVERYONE before training professionally at South Cheshire College in 1987.

Luckily I passed my exams with a job offer from a local salon. And my professional career started the day after I finished college!


After college I learned Advanced Paris Method with Clarins; going on to study Advanced Electrolysis with the British Institute & Association of Electrolysis (BIAE) and the Sterex International Academy. Recently I gained the new VTCT Level 4 in Advanced Blemish Removal.

I  hold diplomas from internationally renowned companies including:

*Spa Find



*LVL Lash



*DMK International.

I’m a member of The British Institute and Association of Electrolysists (BIAE), The Beauty Therapists Guild and the British Association of Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology (BABTAC).

Penketh Beauty

Eventually my family settled in Penketh in 2009 and I started Penketh Beauty in 2014. Then I moved to larger premises at Newspaper House in 2018, which is a wonderful old building on the outskirts of the area. My treatment room is a wonderful mix of traditional features and latest technology.

Since moving here I offer three late nights every week plus Saturday mornings.

I’m also on FaceBook and Instagram, feel free to follow/like me! xx

My passions are skin care and permanent hair removal: Nowadays I use plant based products that are cruelty-free and treatments that are beneficial to the face and body.

Blemish removal, skin health and age related issues are a big focus here at Penketh Beauty, plus relaxing treatments to soothe the mind.

Professional Development

I host an annual North Professional Workshop for Electrolysists: if you are a student or qualified Electrolysist why not join us? Email penkethbeauty@outlook for details.

Future Goals

This year I joined the Guild Green Salon Scheme, pledging to reduce my carbon footprint.

Sterex International:

British Institute and Association of Electrolysists (BIAE):