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Discover Your Unique Beauty Traits And Innovative New Beauty Tech
Save R2750 and learn make up and styling tricks plus test a new style and fashion mobile app
If we all look the same then what sets us apart? Well find your unique beauty traits with a full style and colour consultation plus makeup lessons and stand out in the crowd.
Plus you discover a new, innovative beauty app when you attend the image masterclass at George Lodge International on Saturday 13 July 2019 9am–2pm.
WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT
Learn how to work with your unique body shape, segments, face shape, neck length with the help of Image Consultant and CEO Aletté Winckler and her team from The South African Image Company. Aletté is an internationally certified Image Consultant with 10 years of experience in the beauty industry. Plus, you’ll be able to use the first of its kind app, The APPearance Specialist.
BEAUTY IN TECH
The app gives you access to your best-suited garment styles, colours, hair colours, makeup, accessories and so much more. Simply enter your measurements and colour flow, the app will give you options under each section – Find My Figure, Find My Face, Find My Fashion, Show My Shape, Show My Segments and Create My Colour.
TICKETS TO THE STYLE, COLOUR, MAKEUP & IMAGE MASTERCLASS
The benefit of it being a group masterclass? This type of consultation is valued at R4000pp one-on-one, but the group session will only cost you R1250pp. You can purchase tickets via Quicket.
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