Anyone else counting down the days until the most exciting wellness event of the year? It is such a pleasure and honor to return to The W.E.L.L. Summit to share The Sacred Beauty Movement, my signature approach to cultivating deeper self-love, true sisterhood and the relationship between our inner and outer beauty! After infusing Sacred Beauty into my Breakout Sessions at the past two W.E.L.L. Summits, I wanted to create a more personal, hands-on way for guests to experience the products and services I recommend for luminous, ageless beauty from the inside out.
On Saturday, Nov. 4, I am thrilled to welcome you to Sacred Beauty Bar, where you will discover some of my favorite clean beauty makeup, skincare and haircare. Get pampered with a special blend of Sacred Beauty-inspired services, including mini “Embrace Your Face” makeup lessons and “Glowing Goddess” makeup touch-ups with me and my team, hair styling and energy therapy with Hair Stylist Nicole Cichocki, “Sweet Talk Tats” gold flash tattoo applications with Intuitive Personal Stylist Rebecca Santilli and facial rejuvenation using acupuncture and gua-sha with Holistic Healer Peggy Regis Robinson.
Each brand and product you will experience at Sacred Beauty Bar was chosen because of its unique combination of high-quality ingredients, performance and mission. I have so much respect and gratitude for each brand founder’s commitment to honoring the health of our bodies and the planet through their creations. I simply cannot wait to introduce these clean beauty trailblazers to you at The W.E.L.L. Summit, so here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect to find!
Innersense Organic Beauty: Holistic hair care that is created for beauty without compromise, using only safe, healthy ingredients such as plant-based oils, fragrant herbs and flower essences. Stay tuned for a time to meet inspirational co-founder Joanne Starkman at Sacred Beauty Bar!
Osmia: This all-natural skin care line truly brings beauty and wellness together, providing long-term benefits that you can both see, and feel. Dr. Sarah Villafranco, Osmia’s fabulous founder, will also be speaking at The W.E.L.L. Summit, so be sure to sign-up for more time with her.
Violets Are Blue: Simple, natural and safe for the body as well as the environment, this skincare line is quickly becoming a clean beauty favorite and a go-to for sensitive skin types. Founder Cynthia Besteman will be also be stopping by Sacred Beauty Bar to meet you and share her gorgeous products.
Vert Beauty: The debut makeup collection created by Amanda Hume, makeup artist and founder of Denver’s first clean beauty brick-and-mortar, Vert Beauty. Come and try the creamy concealer pencils and jewel-toned eyeliners that are my go-to’s for fall and winter makeup.
Vapour Organic Beauty: One of the first clean beauty foundations in my makeup kit and still a favorite. Experience the makeup that feels like skin care and leaves your skin glowing, clear and healthy. The Vapour Beauty Team will be nearby to take orders for your perfect foundation and blush match.
You will also find some of my favorite products from Lotus Wei, Antonym Cosmetics and ILIA Beauty!
Sacred Beauty Bar will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Lounge Room at Hotel Andaz. The first 40 people who sign in for 15-minute Sacred Beauty services will receive a gift bag (valued at $130!) filled with gorgeous products from all of our featured brands. Right before we open the Beauty Bar, I invite you to join me for my Breakout Session, Aging Beautifully: Celebrate Your Evolution at 9:30 a.m. So excited to have this very important and timely conversation with you!
Be sure to follow me on Instagram @rebeccacasciano for updates on our schedule of Sacred Beauty services, and Meet + Greets with Joanne Starkman, co-founder of Innersense Organic Beauty, and Cynthia Besteman, founder of Violets Are Blue. We can’t wait to remind you of all the ways your beauty is sacred on November 4 at The W.E.L.L. Summit!
Rebecca Casciano is a Makeup Artist, Clean Beauty Activist and Founder of The Sacred Beauty Movement. Learn more about her programs and services at rebeccacasciano.com.