Beauty Week 2017 — Feb 17-26

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Treat yourself to the kind of pampering and indulgence that you deserve during Beauty Week, February 17-26. Beauty Week is a celebration of all things beauty and the local industry that supports it. Featuring the best in hair styles, nails, skincare, cosmetics and fragrance. Highlighting local stylist, salons and spas through a series of events and special offers.
Beauty Week salons, spas and stylists are offering special deals and promotions throughout Beauty Week. So join us, at one of our partner salons or spas for Beauty Week.

Partner Salons include:
Alayne White Spa
Flipp Salon-Apothecary
New Leaf Hair Studio
ZoCo Hair+Body
Check often for additional locations.

Beauty Week partners
Fashion Week RI, which is a fashion event that brings together designers, boutiques, non-profit organizations and the local fashion community to cross promote industry-related products & services, stimulate commerce while supporting pre-selected local causes. Fashion Week RI on the web: http://fashionweekri.com

The Women's Resource Center, which for 40 years has provided comprehensive domestic violence intervention and prevention services that educate, advocate, and shelter any individual in need of assistance. Women’s Resource Center on the web: http://www.wrcnbc.org

Follow Beauty Week:
On the web: http://www.beautyweek-ri.com
Social Media:
https://www.instagram.com/eastbayevents/
https://www.facebook.com/eastbayevents/
https://twitter.com/eastbayrievents

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