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Hair salon to go pink

FUZZY FEELING: Claire Goad, Andy James and Elisa Lang, from Fuz Hair Salon, have organised a pink pamper day on July 26 to raise money for the Byron Bay Breast Cancer Support Group.
FUZZY FEELING: Claire Goad, Andy James and Elisa Lang, from Fuz Hair Salon, have organised a pink pamper day on July 26 to raise money for the Byron Bay Breast Cancer Support Group. Jann Burmester

FUZ Hair Salon in Byron Bay will go pink for the day on July 26 to raise money for the Byron Bay Breast Cancer Support Group.

Staff will wear pink clothes, the salon will be decorated in pink and there will be lots of entertainment, raffles and food for its pink pamper day.

The fundraiser is also being supported by Paradiso Beauty Salon, located next door to Fuz in Middleton St.

One of the salon's owners, Andy James, said the fundraiser was a way of giving back to the community.

"The hair salon and Paradiso Beauty are also celebrating our second birthdays and we are also announcing Claire Goad joining the staff at Fuz," he said.

"The salon has supported the breast group in the past as one of our clients, Barbara Pinter, is the group's co-ordinator."

Fuz and Paradiso will donate 50% of their takings on the day to the group and will also offer discounts to group members who make an appointment on the day.

Fuz will also launch an ongoing offer to group members of 50% off hair cuts and $10 clipper cuts, while Paradiso will offer 30% off all treatments on the day and in the future.

The pink pamper day will feature entertainment with pole dancers and DJs and refreshments by Heart & Halo, Jungle Boogie and Slice Pizza.

There'll be raffle prizes and lots more.

Hair appointments can be made from 10am and the party will be held from 5pm to 8pm.

Phone Fuz on 6680 8418 or Paradiso Beauty on 6685 8005 for more information.


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