Giving beauty and wellness groups a collective voice

(From left): ECMI ITE Asia Sdn Bhd managing director C.P Saw, founder and organiser of largest beauty trade exhibition Cosmobeaute Asia 2018 in Malaysia,Malaysian Make Up and Hairdressing Artistry Association advisor Geraldine Loy, International Nails Competition Association director Erin Eng,Malaysian Association of Wellness and Spa president Dr Baskaran Kosthi, Association of International Certified Aestheticians president Prof.Dr Ng Wee Kiong,Persatuan Anggun Menawan Malaysia president Alvin Loh, Malaysian Esthetic Association president Julie Lew Yoke Peng,Association of Malaysian Spas vice president Hana Halim and Joanne Lau, who acted on behalf of Asia Hair Association co-founder of Datin Winnie Loo, posing for cameramen after they signed memorandum of understanding to unite the beauty and wellness alliance at one platform, at PWTC in Kuala Lumpur.

SEVERAL major beauty associations in Malaysia created history when they formed the country’s first beauty and wellness coalition.

The representatives of these associations gathered at the Cosmobeaute Asia 2018 trade exhibition to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to unite the beauty and wellness alliance on one platform.

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