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Making Over Las Vegas Teachers
Published on Wed, Apr 2, 2014 (3:45 p.m.)When was the last time you thanked a teacher? They work so hard molding our youth, don't you think they deserve some goodness? May 4th, 2014, Making Up Las Vegas will have their 3rd annual Making Up Las Vegas Teachers event, hosted at Josephine Skaught Hairdressing in downtown Las Vegas.
Making Up Las Vegas Teachers lets anyone in the community nominate any Clark County Teacher that they want or a teacher can nominate a teacher, winners are chosen at random......(drawn out of a hat) and the 4 lucky teachers get a complete makeover! At the makeover party, each teacher gets a haircut, color, style, and makeup all by celebrity hair and makeup artists. Food and drinks are provided by Born and Raised, Thomas Gensinger Photography will be there taking pictures for each winner and The Wax Genie will be doing some eyebrow grooming. Businesses from all over the Las Vegas and Henderson area have donated wonderful prizes for the teachers. The community support is really what makes this happen. On facebook and other social media, the entire process is posted, from start to finish. It is pretty amazing to see the whole makeover as it unfolds. The winners have their before and after pictures posted so their friends and family can see their transformation and how it all happened.
"This is an amazing event" says President of Making Up Las Vegas, Lisa Strawther, "I love the look on a woman's face at that moment the "new" her is revealed. It makes me smile, every time". Looking at pictures from previous years, it looks like everyone had a fantastic time. We should all go nominate a teacher right now!
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