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Famous Japan beauty specialist on Guam

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Japan's famous beauty specialist, Ikko, is on island as part of DFS Group's 50th anniversary. A press conference was held today at the Westin Resort. DFS is the world's largest luxury travel retailer and will be celebrating its anniversary this November.

Ikko is famous in Japan as a beauty expert, make up artist and television personality. She says she enjoys Guam for the beauty atmosphere and friendly people, telling KUAM News, "Whenever she travels to Guam, Okinawa or Hawaii, and of course the tropical sun and the nature brings her back and makes her very relaxed," said an interpreter.  "It blows off all the problems that she has and just gives her the releases through all the nature."

Ikko will be featured at the DFS Galleria's Beauty Department tonight, so make sure to check it out.

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