Wigram's number one Beauty Salon for a five star Eyebrow service!
Get the eyebrows you deserve! We'll ensure you've got amazing eyebrows with brow shaping, threading, waxing, eyebrow tinting or henna brows and brow lamination!
Lovoir Beauty Salon & Day Spa
Lovoir Beauty Salon & Day Spa
Experience the difference with the highest rated salon in Christchurch
Popular Brow Treatments
Eyebrow Shape or Eyebrow Tint | $25.00
Eyebrow Threading | $25.00
Eyebrow Shape and Tint | $40.00
Eyebrow Shape, Tint and Eyelash Tint | $55.00
Henna Brows with Brow Shape | $70.00
Brow Lamination with Brow Shape | $85.00
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Before & After Results!
Thick & Full
We'll never go overboard with your shaping. We know thick eyebrows are a good thing! Total envy of these eyebrows.
Have you ever wished for beautifully full, even eyebrows? Brow Lamination is the answer. This treatment appears to fill in any thin or patchy areas by shaping and setting the hairs to create a fuller look!
Create the illusion of fuller brows with a shape and tint. Those finer hairs that otherwise wouldnt be seen are tinted and add to the shape.
Meet the Christchurch Team and find out more about your Beauty Therapist!
Lovoir is the go-to beauty salon for all henna brows, eyebrow tinting and shaping near Wigram. Lovoir's specialists know everything about tweezing, waxing, dyeing and plucking those precious eyebrows. We offer men's eyebrow treatments aswell to have those brows in top shape in no time! We also offer men's brow tint, waxing and trimming services to tidy long hairs for a well groomed result.
Rated Number One For Eyebrows In Christchurch And The Following Suburbs:
About Wigram, Christchurch
Wigram is a suburb located in the southwest part of Christchurch, New Zealand. It is close to Sockburn’s industrial estates and Hornby’s satellite retail and residential zones. In recent years, the suburb has seen significant growth due to the conversion of Wigram Aerodrome into housing. Wigram is now one of Christchurch’s fastest-growing suburbs after the earthquake. It is located seven kilometres west of the city center.
Sir Henry Wigram, a former mayor of Christchurch who founded a flying school in the suburb in 1916, is the suburb’s name. In 1923, it was officially transferred and renamed Wigram aerodrome. The remainder of the old airfield was divided into the Wigram Skies project after it was closed down in 2009.
The development included six new roads, two new sealed rights of ways, and two new forms. These allowed access to 126 residential lots and six reserves totaling 2.8 ha. It is located at the Heathcote River’s headwaters and has been named Broken Run. Broken Run’s Western portion backs onto Broken Run, which was originally a subdivision that was separated by the Heathcote River. Sixty-one residential lots were created by the subdivision. Two allotments were made available to the Council for reserve and four additional allotments were vested as legal roads.
The Landing is located in the heart of Wigram Skies and provides convenient, modern retail and mixed-use space for Wigram Skies residents as well as greater southwest Christchurch. The first stage of The Landing was completed in mid-2015 and includes retail and office space spread over three buildings as well as a New World Supermarket. Stage Two, was completed in 2017 and includes office space, retail, and hospitality in three buildings. A new Cinema Complex, which has eight screens and can accommodate 48 people, is the latest development.
Wigram Business Park is one of the most popular spots in Christchurch. It is located adjacent to Hayton Stream, and has several reserves that separate it from Wigram Skies. It is home to a distinguished collection of occupiers. This park is highly sought-after by businesses who want to occupy modern, state-of-the-art buildings on high-quality land west of Christchurch.
Wigram also has the Archives New Zealand Repository, Wigram Primary School, and Nga Puna Wai, a large recreational park that is adjacent to each other. There are many smaller parks in the local area. The largest is Te Kahu Park, which is bound by Curtis Street and Dalwood Drive, Porter Street, and Wigram Primary School. It has a children’s playground, and three tennis courts, and is home to the Halswell Wigram Rugby Club.
Wigram was home to 8,226 people in the 2018 New Zealand census.