Pink Magazine Event

Pink Magazine Event

Next Monday, Nov. 15, Authentic Beauty is “empowered” to be part of the Pink Magazine Fall Empowerment Series. This fabulous event from 11 to 2 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Buckhead will help attendees connect with & learn from some of America’s most influential women in business. There will be three speakers at PINK’s education and leadership conference -Newell Rubbermaid’s Group President Penny McIntyre, Atlanta-based author Emily Griffin, and Carol’s Daughter Founder Lisa Price-and the discussion with be moderated by Good Day Atlanta’s Suchita Valdamani. I am thrilled to be able to network with them & learn from what they have to say.

Authentic Beauty will be a vendor at the event & we will be doing all the participants’ make-up & brows, and talking about Project Authentic Beauty, the role of Authentic Beauty in Atlanta & in womens’ lives, Image Journeys and essentially anything & everything that a participant would want to know about Authentic Beauty.  This event is a phenomenal resource for female entrepreneurs & it actually benefits another female entrepreneur, Kate Atwood. If you don’t know, Kate Atwood is the founder of Kate’s Club and is an Authentic Beauty.

Kate’s Club is a non-profit organization that empowers children and teens facing life after the death of a parent or sibling. By creating friendships with kids and young adults that share the experience, Kate’s Club guides children through their grief journey in a comfortable, safe, and uplifting setting. Kate is truly a great role model & female entrepreneur who took a negative experience in her life & spun it into a positive. She is now helping thousands of children & she has written a book as well. I have done Kate’s make-up for several years now for one of her annual fund-raisers, Kate’s Cabaret.

I think Pink Magazine is a great resource for female entrepreneurs & all women as a matter of fact. I have been a fan for some time.  I am committed to entrepreneurial women.   And as you know I support many organizations such as Crave and Ladies Who Launch and am proud to be an entrepreness.

I realize that for years that female entrepreneurs & businesswomen thought they had to look masculine to be successful, but they don’t. They can look beautiful & feminine, and still be successful & fabulous in their line of work. We, at Authentic Beauty, have taken this task by the reins & starting now, we will be helping you achieve your Authentic Entrepreneur look-polished, minimal & beautiful.  The point is for who you are to be present and NOT the makeup. “Non-distracting” is the key.  We can teach you to do that. Stay tuned for blogs this week & next about how to get your brand image conveyed through your authentic self. If you can’t make the PINK event, come stop by & see us or book an appointment  online. Call Stephanie at 404-849-0443 or [email protected].

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