ELEVEN Australia’s annual initiative teaming up with Hagar to help end slavery has just taken place, with the 2018 Style for Life Day in the books. The event, held on Sunday November 18, saw participating salons open their doors to cut and style hair, with 100 per cent of proceeds going towards the important charity.
The event tasks salons around the country with using their hairdressing skills for supreme good. Hagar is an international charity that saves and empowers women and children who have survived human rights abuses, with trauma counseling, education and career training at their centres in Cambodia, Afghanistan and Vietnam.
The initiative is largely thanks to ELEVEN Australia Co-Creator Joey Scandizzo who has worked in these charitable fields for many years now and endeavours tirelessly to unite the industry in helping these problems.
Participating salons spanned the nation, and included A’luere Hair and Beauty, Joey Scandizzo Salon, Medusa Hair Salon, Silk, QV Hair and ZIGGY Hair, all in Victoria. In Queensland, Everwonder Hair Design, Little Hair Nest, Little Birdie Hair Studio and Texture Hair took part, while Harlow Hair and Body Studio took part from South Australia.
In its first 6 years of operation, Style for Life Day raised over $218,000 with more than 100 participating salons in total. As the brand count their impressive totals from Sunday’s event, the 2018 version looks to only add some important figures to that total sum. Congratulations to all who took part!
For more information visit www.elevenaustralia.com/styleforlife
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