We Offer A Wide Range of Beauty Treatments.

With over 50 years experience in the hair & beauty industry, Shrine’s talented beauty team have a great range of pampering beauty services. Why not give us a call to discuss the best treatments for you.

Beauty Treatments Leeds

This isn’t a ‘one treatment fits all’ type of Leeds Beauty Salon, we use Dermalogica body and face mapping to tell us what you, as an individual, need. The Dermalogica range of products and services are all prescriptive, so no two treatments are ever the same.

We also use the Creative product range to keep your nails looking their best including CND Shellac, CND Vinylux, our fast drying polish, and also a range of colours available in our O.P.I range. Shrine uses the latest hair removal techniques including threading, traditional waxing and Lycon. Lycon wax is perfect for short hair. It ‘shrink wraps’ the hair and doesn’t stick to the skin, so less pain and bruising.

We also stock two tanning products: Xen Tan and Fake bake. Fake Bake is our express tan and develops in one to three hours. Xen Tan is our original tan which develops in six to eight hours and is usually slept in.

Massage is one of our most popular beauty treatments. From Swedish to hot stone we offer a wide variety and something for everyone. Couples massage is a real hit if you and your partner like to relax and unwind together.

Tel: 0113 275 1616
Email: book@worshipyourbody.com

Address: 2 Norville Terrace, Headingley Lane, Leeds, LS6 1BS

Shrine Salon and Spa's Privacy Policy. Data Protection Officer: Jennifer Phelps. 01132751616 monix@worshipyourbody.com
We hold clients' names, telephone numbers, email addresses and home addresses for our appointment book, text reminders, marketing and service messages.
We use the information in conjunction with the third parties Text Anywhere and Premier Software. Our cloud back-up is potentially stored by a third party outside of the UK.
We retain clients' information for up to 24 months. Clients have the right to update their information, withdraw consent, and lodge a complaint. For complaints contact www.ico.org.uk