Swinford businesswoman in eyebrow raising charity drive

Munaza Gilmore has shaved off her eyebrows in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice.

Munaza Gilmore has shaved off her eyebrows in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice.

Salon owner has shaved her eyebrows to raise funds for Mayo Roscommon Hospice

Munaza Gilmore has shaved off her eyebrows in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice. Her mission is to help women create their best eyebrows that they've ever had, while raising much needed funds for the Hospice.

Munaza who owns the Brow Lounge, Swinford hit her initial target of €1,000 at which point she shaved her eyebrows live on Instagram and Facebook but now she wants to exceed that and raise as much as possible to support the great work of Mayo Roscommon Hospice which is a cause close to the hearts of many of the local community.

Munaza said: "I wanted to do something a little different to fundraise for the hospice as I had friends that have needed the service so I have and have found them amazing. I wanted to give back and show that anyone suffering from hair loss can look amazing regardless of what they are going through.

"For my friends and clients who have suffered with eyebrow hair loss, fading brows I always recommended castor oil and sent them away to buy the oil. Then I figured out that when you add specific other essential oils to the oil the hair growth is significantly more so I created my Grow Potion eyebrow product to help my clients, which contains all natural ingredients."

The Brow Lounge who has been in business locally for the last 8 years, will be going live for the next 30 day on Instagram and Facebook to chart the the growth journey. So far, she has raised a whopping €1,700 and It’s rising everyday.

To support this fundraiser search for ‘brows2nobrows2brows’ on GoFundMe and follow on Facebook & Instagram. https://www.gofundme.com/f/munazas-brow-shave-to-brows-again or https://www.instagram.com/_browlounge_swinford/

 

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