A salon at Melbourne’s prestigious Royal Melbourne has confirmed that it will close at the end of the year.
Key points:The salon was opened in 2012 and opened its doors to the public in 2017The salon is a platinum salon that specializes in beauty products and servicesThe business has attracted international attentionThe owner, Lyle Ralston, told the ABC he is struggling financially and has not been able to pay the billsThe Royal Melbourne Salon is a private, one-storey building with a courtyard and a garden.
It is located on a quiet street in the suburb of Richmond, which is also home to two of the world’s most prestigious beauty salons.
Its owner, David Ralstone, said he would not be able to continue to operate the salon at the moment due to a number of factors.
“The main one is we are not able to keep the staff, we are very fortunate that the rent is affordable,” Mr Ralstal said.
“We are very lucky in terms of the funding that we are getting, which allows us to keep up with our rents.”
That’s why we’re shutting the doors in the near future.
“I have no idea what we’re going to do at the other three places, we’ve got no idea.”
It’s been very difficult financially, unfortunately we’ve had to do a lot of research and we’ve found a lot about what is happening in other countries.
“Mr Ralestone said he has not had any money to pay rent since the business was opened to the community in 2012.
He said he was also not able pay the rent for the building because he was working part-time and the building was not yet occupied.”
But there’s nothing I can do about it, I’m not going to take on any new staff.””
I think they’re going for a good time, they’ve been around for a while, and it’s not like I’m going to be leaving them any time soon.”
But there’s nothing I can do about it, I’m not going to take on any new staff.
“There’s nothing to be done about that.
I’m just in limbo and I have no intention of leaving.”
He said the building’s owner, The Hair & Body Shop, was also closing its doors, saying it would close its doors at the same time.
“So they’ve decided to close their doors,” Mr Kline said.
Mr Rralston said the owner of The Hair Shop, Paul Pritchard, had been paying rent on the building for the past two years, but had not been paid for the last month.
“He’s not going into debt,” Mr Pritcher said.
Mr Ralsstone said he had not received any payment from the salon since June, but that he had received a few offers.
“People have been trying to contact me and they’re very supportive,” Mr Lyle said.
He declined to comment on whether he had ever been approached by anyone offering him money.
But he said he hoped the salon would be open again.
“If I can just stay open, I don’t think I’ll ever see that,” he added.
“As long as I can stay open and keep doing what I’m doing, that will be fine.”
Mr Lyle’s sister, Julie Lyle, said the closure was disappointing, but not unexpected.
“This is the end, but I don [want] people to be upset or disappointed,” she said.
She said the salon’s closure was just the latest setback for a business that has attracted the attention of global beauty companies.
“One of the things I’ve noticed is that these big international companies are looking at these beauty companies and they are not interested in these local ones,” Ms Lyle added.
She said she hoped the closure would bring the salon closer to the other beauty saloons in the area.””
There are a lot more opportunities out there.”
She said she hoped the closure would bring the salon closer to the other beauty saloons in the area.
“In the past there’s been one salon in the corner of the street and now there’s a salon across the road, which I think will make it more attractive for people to come and have a go at it,” she added.