Beauty academy opens in Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey – An old-fashioned beauty academy opened in Istanbul on Monday to teach Turkish women how to “live life in style” and improve their beauty.

The beauty academy is called Bey and is operated by Bey, a beauty product brand that launched its beauty products in Turkey in 2006 and expanded internationally in 2015.

The Bey brand says its products are made in Turkey with love and passion, with 100% of the profits going to local charities and the women.

Bey’s products have been featured in fashion magazines and television shows, and they have also made headlines with their “cute” Instagram accounts.

Bey founder Gertrude Sihanouk is the daughter of the founder of the iconic beauty brand Bey.

In 2015, she launched Bey Beauty Academy, a brand she says has brought beauty and empowerment to Turkish women.

Sihanouk said the Bey beauty academy would be a perfect fit for the country, where many women still struggle with their beauty and want to feel good about themselves.

“We hope that women will learn from us how to use beauty products for their bodies, their health and their lives,” Sihnouk said in a statement.

“As we continue to expand the Bezier range in Turkey, we will work with local charities to help the women of Istanbul with their needs and help them learn about our products and our culture.”

Bey Beauty has been in business for more than 40 years and our commitment is to help empower women to feel their best.