TIGI Haircare ANZ demonstrated the significance hair and beauty can make for those in need. The haircare company partnered with Lou’s Place, a shelter located on Kings Cross in aid of women who are homeless and in crisis, to provide them with haircare and makeovers.
Taking part earlier this month, TIGI catered to over 30 women with cutting, colouring and styling services, imbuing them with the confidence and pampering that comes with it. They also donated a range of products to these women. The initiative was led by the brand’s National Education Manager, Jacqueline Pidd, and Creative Manager, Natahan Glynn, and supported by a group of dedicated volunteers. Lunch was also provided for the women by the Kings Cross Holiday Inn.
According to Lou’s Place Chief Executive Office, Margaret Crowley, clients described feeling “respected, nurtured thoroughly and pampered.”
“All the women serviced have experienced abuse,” she said. “They are not used to being gently and affectionately tended to and none of them can afford to attend hairdressers.”
Just a little reminder to use those hairdressing superpowers for good.
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