About GlamCon

What is GlamCon?

GlamCon is a one-of-a-kind and first of its kind event celebration in Dallas on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Thousands of women have been touched or affected by breast cancer.  In our first event, GlamCon will celebrate 200+ survivors and patients with a day of beauty resources for their skin, empowerment workshops for their spirit, and networking with inspiring women for their soul.  GlamCon is presented by Dallas’s lifestyle brand & beauty blog “Style Follows Her.”

GlamCon empowers breast cancer survivors and patients through our #SurvivingInStyle initiative and brings together the health industry to help provide breast cancer resources combined with help from the beauty industry to showcase products tailored to their skin.  GlamCon allows breast cancer survivors to fellowship with one another, negating the feeling of being alone and creating a sense of sisterhood.  It also sheds light on the problems surrounding the lack of beauty solutions and products tailored to cancer patients, while highlighting the world of products that are part of the solution as they are catered to breast cancer survivors and patients.

 

Pink Peppermint Project presents glamcon

The Pink Peppermint Project was founded in 2017 in Dallas, Texas. Our purpose is to provide beauty and wellness resources to breast cancer patients and survivors, as well as expand knowledge and preventive care for women affected by breast cancer. We also improve the quality of life for patients and families through therapeutic workshops, education, advocacy, and experts. Our goal is to provide information, a community and support that you can trust, which is why we launched GLAMCON. You don’t want to miss it!

“When strength and beauty go hand-in-hand, we feel and look like conquerers.  At GlamCon, we want every woman to leave saying our mantra: ‘Today, I look and feel good.  Today, I am a glamorous conqueror!'”

Shantaquilette Carter-Williams
Founder, Style Follows Her and Glamcon

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