A LLANDUDNO beautician has come up with a ‘beautiful’ idea to help people experiencing distress through hair loss.

Izabella Struglska, of Ali’s Beuty Clinic, is offering to help people who have lost their hair, and often their confidence, due to medical treatments.

The 33-year-old, single mum of two girls, who is originally from Poland, works part time in her salon on Vaughan Street.

She carries out a variety of beauty treatments including semi-permanent make-up such as as micro-blading eyebrows. Microblading is a tattooing technique in which semi-permanent pigment is added to the skin to look like hair.

Over time, usually around three years, the pigment eventually fades.

Izabella, who has also been a hospital helper, said: “I get a lot of ladies coming into my salon who have experienced hair loss due to medical conditions such as alopecia, or the effects of cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy.

“They often have low confidence with how they look, especially if they have lost their hair, eyebrows and eyelashes. through a cancer treatment.

“They often come in, interested in my treatments, but can’t afford them. It makes me feel so bad to have to turn them away.

“I know how much appearance can affect a person’s self-esteem.

“So I just wanted to do something to help, if I can. So, I’m offering anyone who’s experienced hair loss due to a medical condition, one free session of semi-permanent make-up

“I’m going to set aside a free session once a month, but people must call me first, so I can speak to them first, and assess their situation."

Anyone who can be helped by Izabella's treatment should contact her on 07427 66 77 01.