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Colore Me Beautiful



Story and photography by Joyce Taylor

“We are so excited to be co-hosting another fun event with the Goco Center for Aesthetics,” said Tina Woodruff, owner of Simple Pleasures Lifestyle in The Gateway Village on Thompson Lane. Shoppers, including men seeking a Mother’s Day gift, came to peruse her beautiful shop and meet Mary Denise Savell, Dr. Goco’s professional Colore Science make-up artist, who gave the ladies a “5-minute face.”

Ms. Savell offered personal demonstrations all afternoon featuring Colore Science products. All products were available for purchase, with a special gift for participants. Simple Pleasures provided refreshments, specials and a gift with purchase.

For information on the Goco Center for Aesthetics, visit: www.gocofacemd.com and for more information on Simple Pleasures Lifestyle, visit www.simplepleasureslifestyle.com or www.simplepleasuressleepwear.com for the corporate website.

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