Grace Beauty is opening a new beauty salon in Singapore, and it is being managed by the Singapore Beauty and Health Institute (SGBI).
The Singapore-based beauty and wellness brand is one of the fastest growing beauty brands in the world, with an annual turnover of more than $6 billion and is one that has been actively promoting its services in Singapore since its inception in 2007.
Zara Beauty, which launched in the UK in 2014, will operate out of the Grace Beauty Mall in Singapore.
The new salon will offer a range of products that are affordable and innovative.
The brand has already opened a beauty shop in New York City, and plans to expand its presence in Singapore by offering beauty services and other products at the new salon.
Zeron, a beauty brand from Israel, is also opening its first Singapore salon in 2016, and the new Beauty Salon in Singapore will be the second Beauty Salon that it will open in Singapore in the next five years.
The brand has previously opened stores in Hong Kong and the United States, and has a presence in the Asian markets as well.
Zera, an Israeli beauty brand, will be opening a Singapore beauty shop and will be managed by SGBI in 2020.
Zoya, which is based in Tel Aviv, will open its first Beauty Salon and will also be managed through SGBI.
Zor, a Singapore-owned beauty brand which opened in 2008, is opening its second Beauty and Salon in 2019, with the new location located in the heart of Singapore’s trendy Marina Bay area.
Zoë, which has a history of opening its own beauty stores, has a long-term plan to expand into Singapore, according to a statement from the brand.
The Singapore Beauty Association said in a statement that the opening of the new beauty stores will give Zara a new lease of life in Singapore as well as strengthen the brand’s position as a leader in the beauty industry.
The association added that Zara’s expansion into Singapore will create a strong foundation for the growth of the Singapore-Singapore beauty industry, and is expected to boost Zoya’s global reach.