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Introducing Bee Cosmetics and Launch Party 5/26

BEE Cosmetics Launch Party May 26th
Official Website launched April 23rd

On Saturday May 26th BEE Cosmetics will be hosting its first social event at Chic Lounge located in Milwaukee’s stylish downtown at 131 N Jackson St. The launch party will take place from 5pm-8pm, with an after party to follow at Club Yolo (formerly Club Mixx). This event gives potential customers the chance to sample and purchase BEE products. BEE also invites all local entrepreneurs and bloggers to join us for an awesome opportunity to network.

BEE cosmetics was the brainchild of CEO Brooke Bell in late 2011 while she was working as a freelance makeup artist. Brooke wanted to take her passion for makeup and turn it into a full-time career. Through hard work and determination was launched on April 23rd. The website features over 500 products that not only nourish and revitalize the skin, but are also competitive with the industry’s leading brands.
“The BEE woman is confident, motivated, bold, naturally stylish and chic!” –Brooke Bell

Again BEE will be hosting a Launch Party on May 26th at Chic Lounge. There will be small appetizers served as well as giveaways and raffle. This will be an event you don’t want to miss. The Chic lounge bar and kitchen will be open.

Be sure to follow them on Twitter @_BEEutiful_

Contact:  Jocyelyn Robinson
Tel. 414-216-3251

Additional Contact: Brooke Bell
Phone: 678-744-8745

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