Double Scottish PR Success for DollyLeo Apothecary

by Holyrood PR

Monday, October 12th, 2009

Fist bumps all round as dedicated hair and beauty PR campaign delivers success

DollyLeo boutique in hair and beauty PR shot

LEADING Scottish make-up artist Sadie Jean Sloss added a sprinkle of glamour to the pages of a leading Edinburgh newspaper.

The former celebrity skin care expert swapped a blusher brush for a cocktail glass when she told the Evening News her top five bar recommendations in the Capital city.

Sadie, who launched up market boutique Dollyleo Apothecary last year, explained that Bon Vivant was one of her favorite places to relax due to its “amazing atmosphere”.

The full article appeared in the Evening News as part of a sustained hair and beauty PR campaign for DollyLeo Apothecary.

As a result the luxury skin treatment shop in Stockbridge enjoys a high-profile media profile, delivered by HolyroodPR in Scotland.

Budding business tycoon Sadie Jean Sloss has also been selected as the Scots finalist for the prestigious O2 X Grazia Female Entrepreneur of the Year award.

Sadie’s achievement in beating off competition from leading Scottish businesses won her a feature spot in top glossy magazine, Grazia.

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