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Chandani Bandara takes Gold at Women’s Chamber of Industry & Commerce Awards


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Locally and internationally revered hair and beauty expert, Chandhani Bandara was presented the Large Scale Gold Award at the Women’s Chamber of Industry & Commerce (WCIC) Awards 2013 ceremony at the Kingsbury Hotel recently. She is popularly known as the Founder and Chairperson of Chandhani Bandara Salons and the creator of the ‘4Ever Skin Naturals’ herbal beauty care range. Organised by WCIC, the event recognised and celebrated the achievements of Sri Lanka’s foremost remarkable women and was attended by Minister for Economic Development Basil Rajapaksa as chief guest as well as Minister of External Affairs, Prof. G.L. Pieris as guest of honour.

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