Their beautiful boutique salon is conveniently located in the South Surrey & White Rock area.

Their beautiful boutique salon is conveniently located in the South Surrey & White Rock area.

Love is in the air – from you, for you!

From make up to massages, this new beauty boutique has it all

With Valentine’s Day approaching, we might be planning the perfect date night to woo our significant other. After all, the day dedicated to romance is typically associated with couples.

But maybe it’s time to show yourself a little love – and, who better to chose the Valentine you really want!

While flowers and chocolate are great, what many of us want is the indulgence of time spent doing something that makes us feel great, whether that’s a new hairstyle, a custom facial, or a special treatment we’ve been eyeing.

In short, the chance to do something just for us!

For those in the South Surrey and White Rock area, the solution may be right around the corner.

After serving the South Surrey and White Rock communities for more than 20 years, Raj Randhawa recently relocated her Uptown Salon and Spa to a beautiful new location on 156th Street where she’s joined by two additional aestheticians and two talented stylists.

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Yes, the solution to that Valentine’s Day gift dilemma just got a whole lot easier! After all, when we look good, we feel good – facing the world with confidence has the potential to transform our every day experiences.

And while you can’t put a price on confidence, the team at Uptown Salon and Spa strive to offer an exceptional array of services at affordable prices, Raj notes.

“I wanted to create a space where all amenities were under one roof, so you’re not running around town trying to make it from appointment to appointment. Instead, a visit to us will have you covered from head to toe,” she says.

Offerings include:

And, by using products from from Davines, Pureology (100 per cent vegan), Dr. Belter skin care line, Debra Lippmann Red Carpet nail products (100 per cent vegan), and Paul Mitchel (animal cruelty free), they’re helping keep you and our planet beautiful!

With 20+ years of experience, the team of knowledgeable beauticians are equipped to have you looking your best. Their fun and friendly atmosphere sets the tone for a comfortable a visit, so get ready to sit back and relax!

Treat yourself this Valentines Day and visit Uptown Salon and Spa. An appointment is required for services – make sure to book yours today!


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