A new start for Naracoorte beauty salon!

Natural Beauty Works in McRae Street, Naracoorte, is no more. Instead it will be known as D’lush, with a new owner, a new look, and a new beginning.

Former proprietor Vicky Power will be taking a step back from running a full-time business because of chronic back pain, however she will still be on hand on Tuesdays and Saturdays (by appointment) to have clientele looking and feeling their best.

“I’d just like to say thank you to all of the clients over the years,” Vicky said.

“For all of their friendship, and their loyalty.”

Vicky has been a practicing beauty therapist for over 20 years, and has been the proprietor of Natural Beauty Works for 19.

She has full faith in the new owner, Dimity Cardnell, who is also a fully qualified beauty therapist, and has been running her own beauty salon in Edenhope for the past three years.

“I’d definitely encourage clients to stay and support her, and to give her a go,” Vicky said.

Dimity has her own ties to Naracoorte, with her partner working at the Kincraig Hotel, and half of her studies being at the former TAFE Campus in town.

“It’s always something that I’ve wanted to do,” she said of expanding her beauty businesses.

"It’s good to be your own boss, and I love what I do.”

As well as keeping many of Natural Beauty Works’ services, Dimity and D’lush will also be offering Bio Sculpture Gel nail applications, Kiara Sky Dip Powder nail applications, lash lifts, and lash extensions.

Other services that Dimity is qualified to do include waxing (men and women), facial treatments, acrylic nails and Shellac, ear candling, body wraps and scrubs, hand and foot massage, reflexology, sugaring, Indian head massage, aromatherapy massage, hot stone therapy, sugaring, pedicures, manicures, spray tans, and lash and brow tinting.

This Friday, D’lush will be having their grand opening party from 6pm-8pm, and it’s shaping up to be an absolute cracker. 

There will be lucky door prizes for guests on the night, and nibbles and beverages will be supplied.

“It’s going to be a bit of a meet and greet, and it will be a good experience to meet the community,” Dimity said.