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Any Ideas For A Beauty Spa Name?
Posted by Anonymous on
11/23/2004 at 11:05 AM ET
A friend of mine is setting up a company that will specialise in beauty treatments such as waxing, massage, tinting etc. A catchy name is needed and I have suggested getting a group of people together and brainstorming. I was just wondering whether any of you might have a catchy name that would work, so that I can look particularly creative at the brainstorming session.
Any comments gratefully recieved.
11/23/2004 at 1:35 PM
The Blue Sky Spa
The Cloud Lounge
Tarmac Landing Spa
The Final Approach
The Cloud in the Sky Room
Hope this is fodder for more names …..
11/23/2004 at 2:12 PM
How about 'Serenity On Cloud 9' or 'Serenity In Seventh Heaven'? They both have the meaning of being tranquil and extremely happy.
11/23/2004 at 2:45 PM
First Class Beauty
11/24/2004 at 3:30 AM
Here are some thoughts to help out:
~ Cloud Nine Beauty Works
~ Water Landings Spa (hmmm... maybe not...)
~ Serenity Skies Spa ("Where you can leave your baggage behind for beauty...")
Hope this helps get your brainstorms off the ground!
11/25/2004 at 12:06 AM
Ya gotta laugh ... The final approach .. that's very funny.
I really liked - 'Cloud 9'
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