Tuesday, 6 December 2011


If you were Born to Sparkle, then join us for an evening of glamour and live music on 15 December 2011, 6pm-9pm, where ITV Newsreader, television presenter and Save the Children AmbassadorNatasha Kaplinsky, will officially welcome in Christmastime at Mary’s Living & Giving Shop for Save the Children (Parsons Green). The former Strictly Come Dancing star will be set to bring some festive cheer to happy shoppers when she switches on the Christmas lights at 7.30pm.

The switch on will also be celebrated with a chance for every shopper to treat themselves to a completely new look; just in time for those all-important Christmas parties! Under the expert guidance of the Living & Giving stylists, our team will show you how to get salon-coiffed hair at home, advise on the best pieces to flatter your body-shape whilst still getting that on-trend look from head to toe. Whether you are just looking for some yuletide inspiration, or need to add a touch of sparkle to your existing look, then our team of specialists will be on hand to solve all your styling needs. And to top it off, not only will you be able to get one-to-one advice on the ‘new you’, but a photographer will be on hand to capture every stage of the transformation.

Think of it as having your own fairy godmother…afterall, t’is the season to look gorgeous!

Chris Coe, Retail Fundraising Director said: “We are incredibly excited to welcome Natasha Kaplinsky to the Parsons Green shop, and host such a festive event. Not only will shoppers be able to get some great styling tips, but they will be able to purchase on the night too, knowing that every penny they spend in store goes towards saving a child’s life”

A small donation is required for all shoppers requesting time with our make-up artists (suggested donation of £5) and hair stylists (suggested donation of £3). Appointments are not necessary, as guests will be seen on a first come first served basis. With the money raised from the Born to Sparkle evening, we will be able to deliver life saving healthcare to children in some of the world’s poorest countries. Born to Sparkle is part of our ‘No Child Born to Die’ campaign which is about stopping the needless deaths of more than 8 million children every year.

Visit: www.savethechildren.org.uk for more information.

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