Toni Jones

Toni is Manager of both Beauty Therapy Centres. Toni has been an integral part of the success of The Beauty Therapy Centre and this role recognition of her achievements and expertise.

With over nine years experience.Toni graduated "Student of the year" from her beauty course, reflecting her exceptional professionalism, client care and theory knowledge in the field of beauty therapy.

Toni has been a great asset to TBTC since 2006. she is fully qualified in all aspects of Beauty Therapy, her specialist treatments are semi permanent eye lash extensions, to instantly lengthen and thicken your natural lashes. A full set of semi permanent lash extensions will last several weeks. Electrolysis is another of Toni's skills. Toni is also renowned for spray tanning, a spray tan will last up to 10 days. Prepare the skin in the days before your tan by exfoliating and moisturising and preserve the tan afterwards by spraying oil over damp skin and air drying rather than rubbing with a towell.

Toni works Wednesdays 11am-7pm in the Shenely salon, Thursday 3pm-9pm, Friday 3pm-9pm and Saturdays 9.30am-4pm in Stowe Castle.

 

Toni has gained a reputation for creating facial treatments to cater for individual clients needs. For example Toni can combine a microdermabrasion facial for deep cleansing and exfoliation with CACI Hydratone for deep hydration and firming resulting in a unique facial experience.

At The Beauty Therapy Centre, one of our most popular treatments is Fake Bake spray tanning. This very low odour tanning product is voted the best spray tan on the market. In our specially designated, fully ventilated tanning rooms at Stowe Castle and shenley Church End, Toni is brilliant at giving you an even, smooth, natural looking tan!

 

Toni has introduced Indian head massage to our already extensive range of treatments a fantastic way to de-stress, relax and unwind.

 

Toni is available in both the Beauty Centres in Buckinghamshire; Stowe Castle near Akeley and Chackmore branch and Milton Keynes Beauty therapy centres.

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