Brazilian Beauty CEO hits the dance floor

CEO Francesca Webster hits the dance floor for a cause

Brazilian Beauty CEO and founder Francesca Webster will take on the challenge of fancy footwork, lifts and shimmying for a cause when she hits the stage for Dancing CEOs on Friday 27 March.

Though ballroom dancing is not traditionally part of her schedule, Ms Webster has been busily rehearsing to compete against five prominent Brisbane CEOs with a goal to raise $10,000 for the Women’s Legal Service.

Ms Webster will be dancing the samba wearing an extravagant Brazilian costume, fittingly suited to the Brazilian Beauty brand.

Although Fran is embracing her new moves, her motivation to participate in the annual fundraising event goes beyond showing off her new skills on the dancefloor.

Ms Webster built Brazilian Beauty around supporting and nurturing successful women and is passionate about supporting women’s issues.

Brazilian Beauty actively participates in charity events each year supporting organisations including the White Ribbon Foundation, McGrath Foundation and Leukaemia Foundation. Most recently, Ms Webster participated in the International Women’s Day fun run alongside her Brazilian Beauty team members to raise funds for Mater Chicks in Pink.

“At Brazilian Beauty we believe all women should feel empowered and equal,” Ms Webster said.

“I am determined to raise as much funds as possible for the Women’s Legal Service to provide women in need access to vital services.”

To support her fundraising efforts Ms Webster is selling raffle tickets across Brazilian Beauty’s network of 20 salons throughout March with a $5,000 luxury boat cruise up for grabs, as well as Brazilian Beauty gift vouchers and Australian Skin Institute product packages.

Tickets can be purchased from any Brazilian Beauty salon, or online at or donations can be made at

The Dancing CEOs’ Glitter Ball Gala Dinner will be held at Brisbane City Hall on Friday 27 March.

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