Sunday, 24 April 2011

It boy & socialite Emmanuel Ray partners with Büty Salon

Büty Salon's Mal gives fashion designer Natalja Sigalova a massage
When Britain’s First It Boy Emmanuel Ray experienced Büty Salon’s luxurious treatments, he decided to promote the brand to his audience via his networking events Socialite Evenings by Emmanuel Ray and his column Diary of an It Boy.

Hosted in exclusive locations in Central London, Socialite Evenings by Emmanuel Ray is the networking society that dared to mix business with pleasure, spoiling and pampering it's members and guests with free treats and feel-goodness!

Often referred to as London's most fabulous networking soiree, Socialite Evenings' guests have included politicians, Oscar and Emmy award winners, aristocrats, celebrities, diplomats, successful entrepreneurs and London's It crowd in general.

From April 2011 onwards, Büty Salon will offer on site mobile massage sessions to guests at Socialite Evenings by Emmanuel Ray. The salon will also offer special discounts to all members of Socialite Evenings networking society and will be promoting their latest service; onsite express massages to corporate individuals.

“It’s a great way of combating stress and a cost effective way for businesses to reward their staff,” says Mal Weeraratne partner of Büty Salon. “Emmanuel Ray will also be hosting special promotions at Büty Salon outlets on a seasonal basis. It’s going to be great fun!” he added, smiling cheerfully.

Through his social gatherings and business networking events, fashion shows and cocktail parties, Emmanuel Ray promotes a variety of brands and businesses on a non exclusive basis. The London socialite has a knack for spotting talent and great service in fashion, beauty and entertainment, while promoting the goods and services he samples, to guests at his events. He also publicises them to his audience through the medium of his presenting work, press interviews and column Diary of an It Boy. 
Büty Salon's Sam gives's Sidney Enzo Brooks a massage
Established in 1994, Büty Salon has grown from 1 therapist to over 20 fully trained beauty therapists, running a successful business in their Hammersmith and Fulham branches.

Emmanuel Ray says “Büty Salon delivers high quality treatments tailored to suit each skin type. Their unisex treatments are of the highest quality and I like the technique and skill with which they’re performed. I enjoyed the treatments so much I wanted to stay there all day!”

Listed below are excerpts from Diary of an It Boy Emmanuel Ray’s column appearing in the following publications; Laissez Faire tabloid, Superstar Magazine, Break London Radio website, The Style Column, Work In Fashion portal and Frost Magazine.

“Kasia, the beautiful Polish therapist at the Büty Salon in Fulham, worked her magic on my hands and feet while Sam, who ran the salon with her husband Mal, treated me to a relaxing head and shoulders massage. We talked about relationships, love and sex and I realised that both women were content and happy with their partners. Sam found my love life amusing, while Kasia seemed to have an answer for everything. Sam and Mal, my fellow countrymen, had brought good old fashioned Sri Lankan hospitality to Büty Salon and managed two branches in Hammersmith and Fulham.”

“Kasia’s pedicure left me wanting to kiss my own feet or hook up with a foot fetishist! My feet were clean, smooth and nourished. I’d never seen them look so good in ages! Sam continued pampering me with an amazing facial, a combination of the Aromatic Skin Fitness Essential facial for men and the Aroma Plastie facial for women. Linseed, wheatgerm and sunflower coupled with exfoliation, extraction, massage and mask, leave me in a near ethereal state. Tara, the lovely Nepalese lady threads my eyes brows and hair line quite expertly, leaving my forehead looking well groomed, yet natural.”

“There are several beauty therapists and salons in London. But Büty Salon in Hammersmith and Fulham are definitely worth a visit for their excellent treatments, the skill and technique they’re performed with, and of course the excellent customer care and service. They make you feel like the only customer at the salon and you feel very special, which is probably why it’s the most popular salon south of the river. Büty Salon also launched its mobile massage therapy service at global fashion power house Next Model Management during London Fashion Week.”

Büty Salon is promoted by Juliet Francis at Juice PR. Socialite Evenings by Emmanuel Ray is organised by Ray Clark at Crimson Edge events.

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