If you’re in Joburg this weekend and looking for a fabulous new ‘do, L’Oréal is bringing you an event not to be missed!
L’Oréal South Africa’s 2012 Citizen Day Prgramme on 6 July is the perfect chance to look great, do a bit of shopping and give back to the community. Hosted by Forest Town School for children with disabilities, a team of professional stylists from L’Oréal’s Professional Products Division (PPD) representing the L’Oréal Professionnel, Pureology, Kerastase, Redken, Mizani and Matrix brands will be offering their exclusive services to customers – for a fraction of the price charged in professional salons. You can get a ladies’ short cut and blow for only R150, a medium cut and blow for R200, and a long cut and blow for a giveaway R250. And if you bring your hubby or boyfriend, you can get him looking great for only R100 for a men’s cut.
Once you’ve let the team at L’Oréal take care of your hair, why not pop into the Tonga Coffee and Craft Shop to get your hands on something delicious to eat, served up by the L’Oréal staff? You’ll be happy to know that it’s all in support of a good cause. The programme will benefit the school’s Wep@Work programme which aims to encourage young school-goers to join skills-based learnership programmes and even earn monthly stipends to help their families.
Get down to Forest Town School on the corner of Cowie and Birnam roads in Forest Town, Johannesburg on 6 July and treat yourself to a well-priced, exciting day of beauty, food and craft – all for a great cause!