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THE LCBT PAMPER LOUNGE AT THE IDEAL HOME SHOW

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After a full day of browsing and shopping why not take some relaxing time out to treat yourself to a free treatment at our Pamper Lounge?

The Pamper Lounge is new to the Ideal Home Show and is running in association with the London College of Beauty Therapy. We will be there for the duration of the event, offering free treatments for all, and head over to our stand in the Style section, between 24th March – 9th April to receive a free treatment from our Pamper Lounge.

Men if your other half has been testing your ability to carry as many shopping bags as possible we will be offering free massages to relieve that strain!

TREATMENTS OFFERED

 

For Her

  • File and Polish
  • File and Buff
  • Make-Up, one of the following: Eyes, Lips or Cheeks
  • Hair Styling Bar, one of the following: Tongs, Braids, Plaits. Dry Styling

For Him

  • MAN-icures: file, buff and hand massage
  • Hair Styling Bar: Re-Style
  • Massage: Back, Neck & Shoulders

We will also be doing a give-away for entry tickets to the Ideal Home Show so make sure you check out our social media pages for your chance to win a free ticket!

The event offers our students studying to become Beauty Therapists, Hairdressers and Make-Up Artists the chance to apply their skills gained in college to real clients! If you are considering a career in the Beauty, Make-Up, Hairdressing or Fitness industry we welcome any questions you may have.

We hope to see you there!

LCBT #RewritingTheCode launch attendees

LCBT @ THE #RewritingTheCode LAUNCH

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LCBT hosted a table at the launch of the new #RewritingTheCode campaign on International Women’s Day 2017.

The #RewritingTheCode campaign launched by children’s charity Theirworld, for vulnerable girls and young women, questions gender stereotypes and asks leaders to take opportunities to rewrite the cultural codes that hide beneath the surface of our daily lives, shaping our experiences and holding back young women and girls from realising their full potential.

Sarah Brown, President of Theirworld, hosted the event bringing together leaders from across the world of business, media and the arts to provide insight into the Code Clubs; set up for young women and girls as part of the #RewritingTheCode campaign which will offer a safe space for girls to learn coding, foster their creative thinking and increase their knowledge and awareness of business and health-related knowledge which will transform their lives.

Christianne Cavaliere de Moncayo LCBT CEO, and advisory Board member of Theirworld, hosted a table at the event inviting Beauty Industry leaders to challenge embedded stereotypes within the industry and rewrite the code for girls. By making a start in the Beauty Industry to undo this code, set the example to other industries and provide skills and knowledge to young girls and women to be able to grow and become leaders, we are changing the prejudice to make the world an equal place.

To support the #RewriteTheCode campaign and add your voice go to www.theirworld.org

Pictured in attendance: Caroline Neville (President CEW) Susan Taylor (Chairman My Showcase), Caroline Hirons (Beauty blogger), Tracey Woodward (CEO Aromatherapy Associates), Vasiliki Petrou (VP Unilever and Chairman CEW), Nancy Cruikshank (Founder My Showcase), Christianne Cavaliere (CEO LCBT), Jonathan Shaw (CEO Policy Connect, Skills Commission)
Pictured in attendance: Caroline Neville (President CEW) Susan Taylor (Chairman My Showcase), Caroline Hirons (Beauty blogger), Tracey Woodward (CEO Aromatherapy Associates), Vasiliki Petrou (VP Unilever and Chairman CEW), Nancy Cruikshank (Founder My Showcase), Christianne Cavaliere (CEO LCBT), Jonathan Shaw (CEO Policy Connect, Skills Commission)