Shirley Fulton, a retired Superior Court judge from Charlotte, is creating a pop-up shop for all things glam during the CIAA Tournament at Wadsworth Estate, a meeting space in a historic home she owns. Located 3 miles from uptown at 400 S. Summit Ave., it will be renamed the Glam House during the tournament and staffed with hair stylists, makeup artists and wardrobe stylists from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday.
To attend, go to www.theglamsquadcharlotte.com and book an appointment. For $75, services range from getting your hair or makeup done to having a stylist work with your wardrobe. For $35, you can book a group session with one of the beauty experts who’ll share tips. A percentage of each booking goes to Heritage Charter School, which Fulton plans to open in 2016.
Several special packages are also available, including makeup application and faux lashes ($100) and a man’s haircut and consultation with a wardrobe stylist ($215).
Glam Day parties from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily are hosted by local celebrities with cocktails and music from DJ Smitty. Wednesday is model and TV host Jennifer Michelle; Thursday will feature reality TV stars the Rucker sisters, who also have their own line of Rucker Roots hair products; Friday is recording artist Anthony Hamilton, who’s also a licensed barber; and Saturday his wife, singer Tarsha’ Hamilton, takes over. Guests can also shop at the Motor Couture, a 45-foot bus parked in front of the estate that’s a boutique on wheels with items from stores in Charlotte and around the country.