High Hair, High Hopes

Ever wonder what hair was like back in the day? What about the future of hair, what might that look like? Well, you would have gotten a glimpse at the past and the future of hair at the Paul Mitchell Inspirations Show.

Everything from classy chic to retro new millennium was showcased on the runway as models walked the walk to benefit a series of good causes. The funds from the show would be used for the FUNraising Paul Mitchell campaign. This year the campaign is working with organizations such as: The Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Morris Animal Foundation, The Magic Johnson Foundation, The Gary Sinise Foundation, Cancer Schmancer, No Limits, Food 4 Africa, Habitat for Humanity, American Humane Association, Boys & Girls Clubs, and The Andrew Gomez Dream Foundation.

The show was nothing short of entertaining and inspiring. Models of all ages were used to represent the many faces, variety, and culture of hair. They dressed the part of characters as they represented a specific era in time. The theme, Inspirations Through the Ages, was thought out by Creative Masters of the event: Sales Leader, Cleashay China Sutton and Admissions Leader, Ryann Doyle.

This year represented the seventh year of the annual show. Sad you missed out? No worries! You can catch one of the few upcoming events:

Learning Leaders Behind the Chair—Watch the staff of Paul Mitchell step up behind the chair to conduct services.

Queen for a Day— Event dedicated for those who will be attending prom.

 Walk for a Cause– Paul Mitchell’s third annual event.

For more information on these events, look into Paul Mitchell’s FUNraising Campaign at www.magicofmemories.com

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