St Albans Fashion Week launch 2016 makeover competition

PUBLISHED: 12:13 03 October 2016 | UPDATED: 12:13 03 October 2016

One lucky person could be in with the chance of winning a makeover as part of St Albans Fashion Week

One lucky person could be in with the chance of winning a makeover as part of St Albans Fashion Week


One fashionista is in for a treat as the organisers of St Albans Fashion Week (SAFW) are offering a makeover to pamper a lucky lady from head to toe.

People are being asked nominate themselves or a special woman who they feel deserves a makeover from a host of local experts, but entries must be received by October 10.

The winner will be treated to specialist style session at a St Albans boutique with £500 to spend in store and a pamper session carried out by hair and beauty sponsors Steve Lupton Hairdressing and BareMinerals, and Cecily Townhouse Spa and Salon.

The winning woman will be given her £500 style makeover at St Albans independent boutique The Dressing Room. Director of SAFW Ellena Ophira said: “SAFW is so much about boosting confidence and this makeover gives us the opportunity to spoil one lucky winner with some of Hertfordshire’s finest retailers.”

The pampered prize-winner will then be able to show of her new look at the Cathedral Catwalk with two tickets to top off the glamorous bundle.

Voting closes on October 10 and the winner will be announced on October 17. Entries should be submitted on the SAFW website.

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