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EveryWoman Expo

EveryWoman Expo

Ladies, mark your calendars because this Queen’s Birthday Weekend the EveryWoman Expo is coming to Auckland to showcase the best in fashion, beauty, wellness, travel, health and empowerment.

As the name suggests, there is something for every woman, including a ‘Beautiful You’ Fashion Catwalk, Schwarzkopf Dry Hair Styling Bar, Phoenix Makeup & Beauty Bar, Beau Joie Bubbles & Cupcakes lounge and much more.

Every woman who attends can shop til they drop, check out the fashion shows, try out new hairstyles and products galore, or listen to gurus in the free 'Empower Yourself’ Seminars happening throughout the long weekend sharing advice on topics from health, beauty and fashion to finance.

Plus, there is a chance to win an amazing Intrepid Travel trip for two to North America worth $10,000!

Be a part of the action at the ASB Showgrounds from Saturday May 30th and Monday June 1st

See for more information.

Buy tickets online and save - $12ea from or $15ea at the gate.


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