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The 2019 Canadian Beauty Awards

Canada’s Beauty Industry and its esteemed experts gathered at Montreal’s DoubleTree by Hilton hotel on May 2, 2019, for Cosmetics magazine’s 15th annual celebration of the best in the business. This is the first year that the bigger-than-ever Canadian Beauty Awards have been held in Montreal, bringing over 300 industry insiders — from business executives to beauty editors and bloggers — together for the night. Among the accolades were two Hall of Fame awards and one Lifetime Achievement honouree.

For more on the Canadian Beauty Awards, and to watch the event in full, visit Cosmeticsmag.com, and for behind-the-scenes action check out @cosmeticsmag and #2019CBAs on Instagram and Twitter.

Introducing the #2019CBAS Winners

 
Patricia Clare was born in Coquitlam, B.C. and grew up in a house full of love, faith and animals — a horse she was given in Grade 6 led to her very first teaching job at Burnaby Horseman’s Association.  Working as a consultant at Suki’s Hair Salon in Vancouver in the early ’80s, she most enjoyed the teaching part and later, working at Estée Lauder, she was mesmerized by the trainers. In the early ’90s, while at university for a teaching degree, she got her first shot as a regional training manager with Cosmair for Vichy and then, in 1995, a small brand called NeoStrata arrived in Canada seeking a National Training Manager that could make science sound simple. The rest is history.  Twenty-four years later, she’s still passionate about what she does and continues to receive industry recognition via awards and as a sought-after keynote speaker. Each year she hosts over 50 educational seminars, training over 5,000 beauty advisors. “To be honoured with such family and friends and have a job you get excited to go to after 24 years is a lifetime achievement of its own,” says Clare. “This award means more than anyone will ever know.”

Patricia Clare was born in Coquitlam, B.C. and grew up in a house full of love, faith and animals — a horse she was given in Grade 6 led to her very first teaching job at Burnaby Horseman’s Association.

Working as a consultant at Suki’s Hair Salon in Vancouver in the early ’80s, she most enjoyed the teaching part and later, working at Estée Lauder, she was mesmerized by the trainers. In the early ’90s, while at university for a teaching degree, she got her first shot as a regional training manager with Cosmair for Vichy and then, in 1995, a small brand called NeoStrata arrived in Canada seeking a National Training Manager that could make science sound simple. The rest is history.

Twenty-four years later, she’s still passionate about what she does and continues to receive industry recognition via awards and as a sought-after keynote speaker. Each year she hosts over 50 educational seminars, training over 5,000 beauty advisors. “To be honoured with such family and friends and have a job you get excited to go to after 24 years is a lifetime achievement of its own,” says Clare. “This award means more than anyone will ever know.”

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