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JOIN US For Pajamas & Lipstick: A Girls Night In Experience

What makes a girls night unforgettable?

Deep connections, raw confessions, emotional exploration.

Pajamas & Lipstick by xoNecole is a place where tribes of like-minded women come together for the ultimate Girls' Night In experience. And we are bringing it to Atlanta!


Join us this Friday April 19th at Upstairs Atlanta for a night of good music, good vibes, and intimate conversations.

Throughout the special evening, attendees will indulge in cocktails and light bites while being immersed in pampering stations, ice breakers, and intimate fireside chats led by media personalities Dana Blair, Tracy G and xoNecole founder Necole Kane.

Whether you decide to come solo or bring your besties, this unforgettable and unpretentious evening will allow you to genuinely connect with an empowering tribe of women in a safe space, while celebrating the raw conversations and juicy topics we crave most.

Jump into your fave PJs and slap on your fiercest lip color — it's time to party in a whole new way.

Click here to purchase tickets!

Presented by Ketel One Botanicals and Beauty Lynk! Get hair, makeup and skincare services from the comfort of your home!

 

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