The etymology of the word “glamour” dates to 1720 from the Scottish term gramarye, meaning magic and enchantment. To cast the glamour meant to cast “a magic and alluring spell.” The word was later popularized by Sir Walter Scott to mean a sense of magical beauty and alluring charm.
According to the Merrium-Webster dictionary, transformation means “the act of transforming or the state of being transformed; a marked change in appearance or character, especially one for the better.”
Author and founder of the Trauma Stewardship Institute Laura Van Dernoot Lipsky said, “If we can transform ourselves, we have the potential to change the world.”
The melding of these two evocative words conveys the essence of Glamformation, a trans-formative studio experience that focuses on helping you discover and tap into the unique hidden reservoir of authentic beauty and charm within, and then coaxing it to the forefront in an intimate and soothing sanctuary of indulgent delights.