Celebrity stylist coming to Capricorn Coast this weekend

Celebrity stylist Penny Hunt will be coming to Yeppoon for a style workshop on Sunday June 21.
Celebrity stylist Penny Hunt will be coming to Yeppoon for a style workshop on Sunday June 21. Contributed

CELEBRITY stylist Penny Hunt believes in finding your own kind of beauty.

Which is why the leading Australian stylist is coming to Yeppoon this weekend to present her Be Your Own Kind of Beautiful fashion workshop through Busi Women.

Penny has an extensive list of celebrity clients including Cate Blanchett, Kate Ritchie, Jennifer Hawkins, Asher Keddie, Toni Collette and more.

However, she wants to share her latest fashion trends and 'how to' expertise with the women of CQ.

Busi Women president Lisa Lilleboe said local businesses would be included in the event.

"During the afternoon our event will incorporate local fashion and beauty businesses who are truly passionate about Be Your Own Kind of Beautiful," she said.

"Penny Hunt brings with her a professional insight into the world of fashion and business, that's not to be missed.

"Guests will be encouraged to activate their style genius and unlock their fashion potential - create their own confidence.

"You are truly as beautiful as you allow yourself to be."

If you attend the workshop you go into the draw to win a makeover and photo opportunity with Penny and a photographer.


WHAT: Fashion workshop

WHEN: Sunday, 3-5pm

WHERE: Yeppoon Town Hall


Topics:  beauty fashion stylist

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