Beauty Backed: Caroline Hirons Launches New Initiative

Nov 17, 2020

British Beauty Council Advisory Board Member Caroline Hirons announced her latest initiative to support the industry.

Co-founder of Beauty Backed, Caroline Hirons, has announced Beauty Backed’s sister campaign Back Beauty. This is an initiative to support the industry we all know and love.

 

We can BOOK AND BUY BEAUTY TO BACK BEAUTY

Book future appointments with your local beauty professionals.
Give them a diary full of poential income to look forward to.

Buy gift vouchers from them for friends and family this Christmas.
Or for yourself to redeem and enjoy next year.

Buy your normal skincare routine from them via online or telephone sales.

Let’s protect the Beauty Industry we all know and love.
Let’s continue to Back Beauty.”

 

Previously, Caroline has raised over £180,000 through her Beauty Backed Bonanza Raffle.

One lucky raffle winner received a suitcase full of product | Image credit: Caroline Hirons

 

If you are in need of support, please contact Hair and Beauty Charity.

Find out more about Back Beauty here.

Watch the Back Beauty video here.

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