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Posted: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013

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Some of you may know how I like my "get my body in shape" bootcamps but this upcoming beauty bootcamp presented by Harris & Barnes Image Consulting seems much less painful! It's all about beauty!

The GlamStyle Beauty Bootcamp is a day-long event that will be held at the Ritz Carlton-Charlotte from 8:30am-4:30pm on Saturday, January 26th. The bootcamp will help attendees create a "brand new you" for 2013 by sharing beauty tips from industry insiders that you can put into action all year long.

Sonya Barnes, President of Harris & Barnes Image Consulting has been in the communications and styling business for over 10 years, both locally and internationally and will share her tips of the trade along with other industry experts at the bootcamp. According to the International Fashion Style Academy (the training arm of Harris & Barnes) website, some of the things attendees will learn include:

How To Look 10 years younger without having plastic surgery

The Science of you really need all those products?

Banish the mommy jeans and strut your stuff in the perfect jeans for your body

Hair and make-up techniques for modern day glamour AND get you in and out in 20 minutes

How to wear the current trends while being AGE APPROPRIATE!!

...much more!

Bzzzz: If you are not 100% satisfied with the class, the academy will over you a credit to use for another class. To register for GlamStyle Beauty Bootcamp, go here and tell them HoneeBee Gifts sent you!

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