A visit to a salon is no more just an affair of the ‘rich class’, we sure see a change in this trend over the period of time. ‘Kreiva’s by Manasee’ is an upcoming salon opening soon in Baner, one of the city’s prime and budding location. To grace the inaugural occasion present were Rachana Punjabi along with Manasee’s older sister Hiteshi Dogra.
Right from a college student who wishes for some pampering and the perfect makeover for her much awaited occasion to a working woman or a homemaker who needs her refreshing and rejuvenating session of mani-pedi and have their bestie time, which has been long over due, everyone has the need to treat themselves with some ‘salon time’. After all, pampering yourself with these little joys of life are an ultimate cure to all the unnecessary hassles of life.
Managing four salons of her own in Pune, Manasee is now all set to launch her fifth unisex salon ‘Kreiva’z’ in the city with the same passion and vigor. The brand new salon is spread over an area of 1150sqft and consists of best quality products and aims to provide an outstanding service to every customers who walks in.
What makes this place different? While they offer all the customary standard services such as hair/ skin/ makeup/ nails, etc. what makes them tick are their modestly priced services. They focus on keeping the rates for all their services as minimal as possible without compromising on quality at the same time. We would all be lying if we disagree to the fact that we don’t look forward to all the pampering at a deal which don’t pinch our pockets.
A business started by Manasee’s mother has now bloomed into a successful and a full fledged chain of salons as Manasee and her sister Hiteshi take over. Their outlets are located in Kalyaninagar, Kharadi, Camp and CME areas. Kreiva’z promises to deliver experiential services to their customers and will sure be a boon to many in the area of Baner.
In the Featured image: Manasee Dogra, Hiteshi Dogra, Rachana Punjabi along with others at the launch of the salon ‘Kreiva’z by Manasee.’