Bunbury businesses band together to treat a lucky lady to a full makeover

Small Bunbury CBD businesses Minx Hairdressing, Envy the Beauty Specialist, Henderson Photography, Essence Bunbury and Shoebedoo have teamed up to bring one lucky lady a complete makeover.
Small Bunbury CBD businesses Minx Hairdressing, Envy the Beauty Specialist, Henderson Photography, Essence Bunbury and Shoebedoo have teamed up to bring one lucky lady a complete makeover.

A number of small businesses in the Bunbury CBD have banded together for a good cause, organising a unique competition for women in the South West.

Minx Hairdressing, Envy the Beauty Specialist, Henderson Photography, Essence Bunbury and Shoebedoo will work together to reward one lucky lady from around the South West with an incredible makeover.

Lisa Evans from Minx Hairdressing said the local business owners came up with the competition in an effort to give back to the community.

“We want to help one lucky lady feel more confident in her own body and to make her feel appreciated,” she said.

“The winner of this competition receives a complete makeover from head to toe.

“We have received some very heartfelt stories, it will be difficult to find a deserving winner.”

Minx Hairdressing stylists will be in charge of transforming the winner with a new hair colour and cut to match her lifestyle and personality and complement her face shape.

At Envy the Beauty Specialist, technicians will treat the winner to a manicure, facial, eyebrow rehab and a full face of makeup.

Meanwhile, at Essence Bunbury, stylists will deck out the winner with one complete outfit to suit her lifestyle and body shape which will be paired with new shoes from Shoebedoo.

Henderson Photography will be responsible for taking a before photo, capturing the winner during in a few action photos of her transformation and then after photos of the completed makeover will be undertaken at the Henderson studio to complete the day of pampering for the deserving lucky lady.

Ms Evans said they have also contacted the media department at Margaret River Education Campus to give students the chance to work with the businesses as well and film the makeover, edit the video and supply them with a final copy, which they will be credited for.

Competition entries closed Sunday, with the winner expected to be announced soon.