Omni The Salon is owned and run by expert in the beauty industry, Carolyne Cross. Having over 35 years experience within the beauty industry, Carolyne has drawn from all of her experience to create a unique beauty salon where high quality treatments, professionally qualified therapists and pioneering products are at the forefront of the business.
The Omni brand was born in 2008 with the opening of Omni Academy of Beauty (previously called ISIS Beauty Academy) in Walton on Thames. Fast forwarding to now, the academy has grown from strength to strength and Carolyne and her team have since trained thousands of individuals into successful new careers, providing the beauty industry with therapists of the highest calibre. Subsequently, Carolyne is in the unique position where she has the privilege of choosing from the best therapists to deliver the high standards she requires for her first commercial salon ensuring all of our clients receive the best possible experience.
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Carolyne Cross has a beauty therapy career stretching over 35 years. Her impressive career includes extensive experience working on cruise ships, in salons, hotels, freelance consulting and even presenting a radio show “The Beauty Spot”.
Carolyne is a qualified examiner who has worked as an external verifier for two of the top awarding bodies in the industry, as well as currently being the immediate past chairman of BABTAC (British Association of Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology) and CIBTAC, the leading beauty organisation and one of the leading exam boards.
During Carolyne’s time as Chair of BABTAC, she was heavily involved in talks with the government to pioneer higher standards and regulation within the beauty industry and has even written standards for our industry. One of her key achievements during her time as Chair has been overseeing the Government lobbying and representation on the Cosmetic Interventions Review, driving for increased industry standards, and involvement in the heated debate on short-courses.