FOUR entrepreneurs have teamed up to help women transform their lives.

The women, who run businesses in Knutsford, are keen to share their knowledge and expertise to give women confidence.

The Get Up and Glow team have now hosted two events to show women how to look and feel their best.

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Laura Davies launched her own personal styling business, Smook Styling, during lockdown.

“One of the things I noticed was that lots of women had lost their confidence,” said Laura.

Knutsford Guardian: Laura Davies showed women how to create a spring capsule wardrobeLaura Davies showed women how to create a spring capsule wardrobe

“I believe confidence comes from within. It’s not just about what you wear, it’s about how you feel.”

The mum-of-two teamed up with wellbeing coaching specialist Katy Brown from the Vibrancy Hub, personal trainer Clare Millington from Elevate Personal Training and nail and beauty therapist Debbie Ellis.

“After the first event we received some incredible feedback from women who felt empowered, enlightened, inspired and more confident, which is exactly what we wanted to achieve.

The inaugural event was held at Dexter & Jones in the autumn.

A bigger venue, Apus Peak was chosen for the second evening.

“We were blown away by how gorgeous the main space is,” said Laura.

“We loved the idea of serving woodfired pizza and Prosecco and creating a wonderful social atmosphere while also celebrating ourselves and our beautiful home town.”

Katy opened the evening with an inspiring talk about reclaiming identity, learning to say ‘no’ and gaining clarity on what’s next in life.

She also shared mindset and meditation tips and some useful hacks for living a joyful and more fulfilling life.

Clare explained how to incorporate exercise into daily life, without feeling pressured to go to the gym every day.

This personal trainer specialises in helping women feel fitter, stronger and more body confident.

Debbie gave a demonstration of eyebrow threading, dispelling the myth that it hurts.

Knutsford Guardian: Debbie Ellis demonstrates threadingDebbie Ellis demonstrates threading

She also spoke passionately about self-care and explained why she loves helping women to look and feel their best.

Debbie said: “Beauty is a huge passion of mine.

“Delivering treatments that help women to feel uplifted makes my job so worthwhile.

“The difference I see in clients after they’ve had a treatment is considerable.

“It’s amazing what an hour of pampering, chats and hot coffee can do for the soul.”

Knutsford Guardian: Women enjoyed woodfired pizza and Prosecco at Apus PeakWomen enjoyed woodfired pizza and Prosecco at Apus Peak

Personal stylist Laura ended the evening explaining how to create a spring capsule wardrobe.

She said: “My job and absolute passion is to help women feel their best through clothing.

“Style is for everyone and doesn’t have to be hard work.

“I’m here to help women dress for their body shape and use colour to celebrate their unique personalities.

“It has a huge impact on how you feel and I’m excited to share this concept with more women.”

The team invited Knutsford retailers to showcase what the town has to offer.

“I was thrilled that so many businesses wanted to get involved,” said Laura.

Goodie bags, giveaways and raffle prizes were donated from Morgan Edwards, Cocaranti, Kiwi Bottles, Gusto, Petit Pomme, Cheshire Quality, Apus Peak and Pulse of Perfumery.