Tegan Davis is happy to band together with Kayla Clarke to create a one-stop beauty shop, with the two businesses working out of the same premises.
Tegan Davis is happy to band together with Kayla Clarke to create a one-stop beauty shop, with the two businesses working out of the same premises. Chris Ison Rokcbusiness

Salon offers a one-stop shop

TEGAN Davis started out as a business owner at the age of 18.

Three years on she has never looked back.

After establishing a large clientele for Tegan’s Nail & Beauty Salon, Tegan paired up with hairdresser Kayla Clarke so the two could operate their businesses out of the same premises.

Kayla is a fully qualified hairdresser who has worked at the Brisbane Fashion Week last year as well as travelling overseas to perfect her craft.

About six months ago she ventured out on her own with new business The Parlour, Place of Hair.

Now the two have teamed up to offer all of their services from the one shop.

“It really is a one stop shop, we do absolutely everything,” Kayla said.

Tegan said she had grown a lot over her three years running the business and offered a wide range of different nail products and services as well as spray tans and waxes.

The pair will also travel to accommodate weddings or special events.

“We take all of our stuff with us and do their hair and make-up where they are,” Tegan said.

She said things like spray tanning and waxing and testing could be done before the day.

Kayla said she was loving running her own business and was learning a lot about what it takes along the way.

The girls hope to one day open a bigger salon, though Tegan said she hoped she wouldn’t have to move too far from the current location as most of her clients lived or worked in the area.



IT entrepreneur embraces the future of a 're-imagined' Rocky

premium_icon IT entrepreneur embraces the future of a 're-imagined' Rocky

Just 5 years ago Bevan Slattery worried Rocky was in a death spiral

Man allegedly held knife to dog, demanding woman's cash

premium_icon Man allegedly held knife to dog, demanding woman's cash

"If anything happened to them, I would be devastated,” she said.

LNP and Labor both claiming credit for delivering Ring Road

premium_icon LNP and Labor both claiming credit for delivering Ring Road

Landry accuses Labor of 'piggy-backing' on her ideas.

Local Partners