Melissa Beyeler, Kevin Ryder and Celebrity Stylist Marie Ferro. Beyeler and her husband, Ryder, who's a DJ on KROQ-FM, founded the charity, Friends and Helpers.
Recently, Tim Telles, owner of Tribeca Salon, along with his brother Wayne Telles, owner of Family Afhair in Whittier and mother Terry Telles offered their services to their community by spending their day off cutting and coloring hair at The Village of Hope on Tustin in Orange County, CA. Tim's salon Tribeca has a 4-chair salon space at the transitional housing facility to serve the 190 men, women and children who live there. At "86-years-young," Terry has her beauty license, and joined her sons in giving back to the residents of The Village of Hope.
Recently, Dermalogica's FITE initiative, the skin care company's global program to support woman-owned enterprises worldwide, held a fundraiser in collaboration with ONEHOPE Wine, a unique social impact wine vintner that matches the price of each bottle of wine sold and donates the money to a specific cause.
From now until December 13, $4 from each bottle of KBShimmer's Kringle All The Way polish sold will be used to buy Christmas presents for Toys For Tots. Bottles retail for $8.75.
Kringle All The Way is a glitter top coat, so you can mix and match the base color for a new look with every wear. The circle glitters glisten like holiday ornaments, from small to large in classic red, green and sliver. This glitter polish is packed tighter than Santa's sleigh and looks best dabbed on in just one coat.
amika has partnered with Friends Are By Your Side (FABYS) to introduce the amika x Friends Are By Your Side Styler—a customized edition of the professional hair care brand’s top-performing Digital Titanium Glide Styler. Developed in collaboration with FABYS’s founder and amika’s HSN host, Martino Cartier, a portion of the proceeds from this styler are donated to the foundation, which works to provide wigs for women who have experienced hair loss undergoing cancer treatments, and grants wigs and wishes to children affected by the disease.
The massively destructive tornado that swept across America's Midwest this month left many people injured and homeless. Adding to the devastation, many lost their place of business, and with it, their source of income, including salon owners and professionals.
All the pledges and the promises came true as Hairfinity met its ambitious Breast Cancer Awareness Month goals with glowing results!
The First Annual Night of Wigs and Wishes, held on November 3 in Berlin, NJ, worked to bring hope to cancer patients and their loved ones. The event was hosted by the charity, Friends Are By Your Side, an organization founded by Keratin Complex's International Artistic Director Martino Cartier, that donates wigs to those undergoing chemotherapy and other forms of cancer treatment. Cartier founded the charity in May of 2011 with the hope that he could help cancer patients feel beautiful by providing wigs to those who had lost their hair because of treatment.
This year marked the 27th anniversary of the Annual Nautica Malibu Triathlon, held on September 8th and 9th. The athletic event, involving a 1.5 Kilometer swim, 40K bike ride and 10K run along Zuma Beach, was joined by stylists from Epic The Salon, A Paul Mitchell Focus Salon in Encino, CA and Future Professionals from Paul Mitchell The School, Sherman Oaks. Stylists provided a number of services for attendees and athletes competing in the triathlon, including $5 braids and $15 haircuts, as well as free samples of Dry Wash and MITCH Double Hitter.
This month, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, we're highlighting products and collaborations that help support the cause.