When A Haircut is More Than a Haircut: HairCuttery and NNEDV
This post is sponsored by Hair Cuttery. All opinions are 100% my own.
I remember vividly the first time I got a bad haircut. It was middle school and I had decided to wear my hair short, just above my shoulders. How your hair looked was REALLY important in middle school, actually how you looked in generally felt really important. But I was shy and quiet and I guess I didn't do a great job of describing what I wanted. When the hair stylist turned the chair around and showed me my new hair cut, significantly shorter than I had hoped, I wasn't sure what to do. Being the polite young lady that my parents raised me to be, I smiled and said I liked it. Once in the car, I promptly burst into tears.
A haircut is never just a haircut. It has the power to make you feel confident. It changes how you see yourself. With a great haircut, you feel like your very best self. That's why I'm so happy to share with you Hair Cuttery's spring Share-A-Haircut campaign with the National Network to End Domestic Violence.
For the last 17 years, Hair Cuttery salons have been hosting their Share-A-Haircut campaign to give back to local communities. So far in 2016, with their February campaign, they've given away 85,000 certificates to homeless individuals. On May 2nd and 3rd they're teaming up with the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNDEV) to give away a haircut to women, men, and children who have been affected by domestic violence.
How does it work?
First, find your local Hair Cuttery salon. You don't even need to set up an appointment!
Second, head to your local Hair Cuttery on May 2nd or 3rd and get a fabulous haircut. If you feel like doing a hair flip because you love your hair, be my guest.
And that's it! Hair Cuttery takes care of the rest, working closely with NNEDV to distribute free haircut certificates to individuals in your community affected by domestic violence.
With Hair Cuttery this May your haircut will be more than a haircut. It will help someone regain their confidence, feel powerful in their own skin, and be their best self.