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Miss Happ @ The Inner City Car show, Cape Town

Miss Happ had a stall at this first ever Inner City Car show. We also dressed and styled the gorgeous pin up promo gals on the day who were literally dressed from head to toe in our Miss Happ products and they looked just fab!




The Car show showcased an array of vintage cars from the 50 to the 70's, from Hot rods to muscle cars, so it really fitted in so well with what the Miss Happ style is all about.

 



 







We shared our gazebo with another stall holder, the sweet Miss Gabbi Katz from AnonaMiss Beauty Emporium who also did the amazing hair and make up for our promo girls too. The ladies got a ton of photo coverage which is a great way to get your brand out there.








And as always a gal can't pass up the perfect pinup opportunity....and to just have a little fun!


A big thanx to all that came to support us - we cannot wait for the next one.
For more info on the event, go to: www.facebook.com/InnerCityMuscleCarShow
And if you would like to see more awesome pics from the day, you can follow this link to our Miss Happ fb page - and while you are there don't forget to click that "like" button ;)
Till next time!
Mx

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