I had a dream the other night. A dream about getting my hair done. And in the dream my hair was glorious, long and full. In reality, my hair is long for sure, but lacking in the other traits. Split ends. Dry. In need of renewed shape. Perhaps my dream was trying to tell me it's time?
So, I just booked an appointment for myself to get a new 'doo. I'll get some pampering, a fresh look, and I'll be supporting a charity close to my heart - the Parkinson Society. All at a steal of a price!
Next month the Parkinson Society Central & Northern Ontario will host their annual Cut-A-Thon, providing participants with a wash, cut and style for a set donation that contributes towards Parkinson’s research and support services. Joico is this year’s sponsor and will be providing goodie bags to participants. The event will be taking place April 26th in multiple salons throughout Barrie, Collingwood, Guelph, Port Hope and Toronto. All the stylists donate their time and every penny goes towards Parkinson’s. This is a great cause, and a wonderful effort from the participating salons and from Joico.
You can get all the details and book your appointment online at http://www.cutathon.ca.
When: April 26, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Toronto Locations: Haartek Salon, Ferraro Hair & Body, Anthony Passero Salon, Donna Dolphy Hair, Greg May Hair Architects and Flip Hair Design
Cost: Just $40
About Parkinson Society Central & Northern Ontario
Parkinson Society Central & Northern Ontario contributes to the National Research Program while regionally offering support services, information and specialized programs to ease the burden for those living with this chronic, degenerative neurological disorder. The Central and Northern Ontario region covers a large geographic area from St. Catharine's to Kingston and then north to include all of Northern Ontario. There are over 50 chapters and support groups throughout the region to support people affected by Parkinson’s.