'Embrace Your Beauty': Makeup & Self-Care Retreat in Honolulu, Hawaii

Nov 9 to Nov 14, 2024

'Embrace Your Beauty': Makeup & Self-Care Retreat in Honolulu, Hawaii
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Enjoy daily on-shore and off-shore yoga classes, meditations, and guided group self-care practices to promote positive self-image, thought, and replenishment of the mind-body-spirit.

Participate in daily group makeup lessons, skincare sessions, and beauty workshops to encourage authentic self-expression and confidence in one’s beauty, both natural and enhanced.

Experience an uplifting, soft, and supportive space for women looking to explore self-care, image, and beauty in a positive and encouraging environment.


Positive self image and beauty positivity

Makeup and skincare education

Luxury amenities and an oceanfront escape

Replenish and restore in Honolulu, Hawaii

About The Host
Topaz Aleah Davis

Topaz Aleah Davis

I am thrilled to hold space for these retreats and training experiences that intend to create a collective space for personal growth, joy, and community.

As a former professional ballerina, I’ve dedicated the majority of my life to the study of movement coming from a unique background in classical ballet, having graduated from one of the most renowned ballet schools in the country. I then went on to dance professionally into my mid-twenties, before choosing to focus more so on my yoga practice.

I originally found yoga at first as a supplemental practice during the earlier stages of my professional ballet career, as I found it to be extremely supportive during stressful and demanding periods as a dancer. It ended up naturally morphing into my next career path, influencing the start of this very business venture, to open my floating yoga studio.

My first experience with stand-up paddleboard yoga was during a solo trip through Europe and a spontaneous decision to join a certification course while traveling through Malta.

After my first class, I was blown away by the lightheartedness of the practice and the pure bliss of combining movement with the water.