Vegan Beauty Affair

April 29, 2015

Have you heard?! Meow Meow Tweet co-founder, Tara Pelletier is teaming up with Sarah Peltier of the Vegan Shop-Up to host Vegan Beauty Affair, a seasonal showcase of the finest vegan and cruelty-free beauty brands and products using natural, safe and sustainable ingredients. It’s the first all vegan event of its kind in NYC and is free to attend.

The event is a celebration of what the two see as a growing phenomenon within the niche beauty industry— gorgeous vegan products that are created without compromise. The inaugural Affair is curated for Spring and Summer, bringing together the best products for the season.

Throughout the evening, along with a skin care marketplace, there will be interactive hot spots. Get twisted! Visit our Hair Braiding station and get a funky fresh, sweet ‘n classy, or wild ‘n edgy style on the spot. Put your best glow forward with how-to’s and mini applications at our Makeup Station! Primp from the inside-out; learn how to make your own bitters with simple, grocery store ingredients. Discover the best tips and products for a radiant Summer look.

It all takes place on the evening of May 20th inside a beautifully intimate venue in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

Wednesday, May 20th
Event: 6:00- 9:00 pm
Spreadhouse, 116 Suffolk St, N

veganbeautyaffair.com
Twitter: @vgnbeautyaffair
Instagram @veganbeautyaffair




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