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EvelineCharles Expands Beauty Empire

Stacey Soble | September 20, 2016 | 12:29 PM

EvelineCharles Salons | Spas | Beauty MD announced plans to open a new location at Hudson’s Bay Market Mall in Calgary as part of a new licensing agreement with the retailer.

“EvelineCharles was founded in Alberta, and our operational and strategic values are directly tied to our Canadian heritage,” says Eveline Charles, founder and owner of EvelineCharles.  “Hudson’s Bay with its incredible history, shares our values and we are excited to offer the EvelineCharles experience to new customers through our new location.” The expected store grand opening date will be Spring 2017.

EvelineCharles Salons | Spas | Beauty MD has been known in the beauty business as industry leaders and innovators for more than 40 years.  The 1755-square-foot Market Mall location will be a full-service hair salon, day spa, and medical spa, offering treatments such as hair coloring, massage, laser hair removal, skin resurfacing, injectables, and more. In addition, EvelineCharles will carry their exclusive product lines in body care, hair care, and skin care.

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About EvelineCharles Salons | Spas | Beauty MD: With six locations across Alberta, EvelineCharles Salons | Spas | Beauty MD is the province’s premier beauty destination—offering our clients an unparalleled salon and spa experience.  With a team of passionate professionals, our mission is to provide clients with outstanding services and products and trusted beauty expertise. EvelineCharles' vision is to raise the standards of the beauty industry by embodying the change we want to see and leading by example. 

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