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Johnny B Juniors Supports the Great Work of ACEing Autism

ACEing Autism is a volunteer-driven nonprofit that helps autistic children, ages 5-18, develop motor skills and improve social interaction through weekly two-hour tennis lessons. 

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Check It Out! The Professional Beauty Association Launches New Website

It’s a place to hang out, get inspired, and make a difference through action in a way that’s optimized for a mobile experience so you can always stay connected even on-the-go.

Johnny B Founder Acknowledged For Charitable Contribution

Alfonso Añorga was recognized for a his charitable contribution to a cause that aims to give directly to families in need of autism therapy and guidance.

The Positive Impact of Giving Back

Salon Cadence's Ronit Enos joins Anna Walsh and the team at Lola Hair Studio during a cut-a-thon to benefit Boston Children's Hospital, then the duo offer tips for hosting a philanthropic event.

Life-Changing Haircuts: @themensgroomer Takes His Passion for Service and Style to the Streets

“I’m using what God gave me and what I learned early on in recovery to make great shapes and styles and to change someone’s life. That’s the power of a haircut.”

Nikki Lee & Riawna Capri Launch the BeYOUtiful Hair Donation Program & BeYOUtiful Days

A chance to do good, give back, and share your talents.

Chris Appleton Kicking Off Benefit for Boston Children's Hospital

Salons joining the 10th Annual HAIRraising fundraiser on April 28. All proceeds directly benefit the hospital.

Hair Heir: An Interview with Angus Mitchell, Son of Paul Mitchell

Angus Mitchell, son of John Paul Mitchell Systems co-founder, the late Paul Mitchell, followed his father’s heart as well as his footsteps.

Celebrity Stylist Andrew Fitzsimons Announces THE HAIR MASTERclass

Part NYFW, part TED Talk, and part look-and-learn, celebrity stylist Andrew Fitzsimons launches The Hair Masterclass series, with its first event in Los Angeles this February.

7 Dos and Don'ts Before, During and After a Salon Crisis

After an aging steam pipe exploded and showered asbestos in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, businesses like Butterfly Studio in NYC, were not allowed to return due to the dangerous hazardous material. Learn what to do if a similar crisis hits your salon.