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Bellus Academy students and educators are celebrating the return to a “new normal” and saying “thank you” to essential workers as the salon and spa reopened to the public on Tuesday, February 16.

To strengthen and promote their culture of diversity, inclusion, and belonging, Paul Mitchell Schools selected three nonprofit organizations as recipients of a $60,000 donation.

Beauty Changes Lives: A Year of Giving Back

Monday, 14 December 2020 05:15
Published in Events/News

"Looking back on 2020, lyrics from the long-running Broadway musical RENT seem especially poignant. Just how do you measure the 525,600 minutes that make up a year? Especially a year like 2020 that has inflicted so much human and economic pain," says Lynelle Lynch, Beauty Changes Lives President.

PRAVANA, a leading professional hair color brand, announced the launch of its Stylist Transform & Empowerment Program (S.T.E.P.): a comprehensive initiative designed to help the salon and stylist community rebuild.

ColorProof Gives Back This Holiday Season

Wednesday, 18 December 2019 11:25
Published in Events/News

Accessibility to shampoo, conditioner, and a clean shower should never be taken for granted and this giving season ColorProof Color Care Authority is proud to give back to their local community in an effort that is near and dear to their heart.

MyNewHair is a pioneering, not-for-profit organization which offers a wig customizing service for people suffering from cancer and medical hair loss. Launched by Trevor Sorbie, the charity is celebrating its 10th anniversary!

Bellus Academy students and staff are sharing their gratitude this Thanksgiving season by donating a portion of salon proceeds to the Grossmont Hospital Foundation.

John Paul DeJoria is a man we all know very well and love too much. Not only is it because of the strides that he has taken for the industry but also because he is a man that has not allowed his success to affect his most valuable asset: his heart.

This month ten salons, eight of which are Hispanic, celebrated Latino Culture by raising funds and awareness for and organization aimed at low-wage immigrant workers with a hair-and-fashion show organized by internationally acclaimed hairstylist Charlie Price.

Sometimes, it’s best to hear it straight from the stylist’s mouth, Joi Rooks, owner of fresche salon (Atlanta, GA, www.fresche.net), explains her EveryDayPeopleProject #frescheEPP program.

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