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Lesley Dennehy – HairWorks

Lesley Dennehy – HairWorks

It’s an absolute pleasure to be writing this piece for Connect Kerry to celebrate woman in business and
international woman’s day 2023.

Reflecting on the past few months, knowing the challenges businesses have faced, to now seeing businesses thrive and continue to grow is nothing but incredible.

From a very young age I have always had a desire to own a hair and Beauty salon.

My passion is to have a working environment that is fun and enjoyable for stylists while providing the best service to our clients.

I have a powerful team by my side at HairWorks. Seeing the girls happy in their workplace, I am confident I’m going in the right direction in my career.

We come together to grow HairWorks from strength to strength.
I might be the salon owner but I certainly know I would not be where I am today with out a hardworking and talented team.

In the past six years that I’ve owned HairWorks it has
expanded from a hair salon to a hair and beauty salon offering men and woman a wide range of services. The salon has been renovated to give you the best experience and we have much more to come.

Prior to HairWorks I was a cosmetic manager for over 10 years. I continue to share the knowledge that I’ve learned in skin care in make up with young girls teaching classes along side Vicky o Sullivan on zoom classes through NEWKD an organisation to help young men and woman find employment in this field. We can now hold these courses in person and we have a plan in place for the next coming weeks. Each course includes hygiene knowledge, make up skills, advice on job interviews and to help with work experience or job applications.

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I hope to share as much knowledge as I can to young men or woman with the hope to help future entrepreneurs or employees.

1 St. Brendan’s Road, Tralee.
Tel: 066 7127260

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