Santa is Coming to the Vince Smith Hair Experience

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You better look your best for Santa! Men, women, children and dogs are invited to get their portrait with Mr. Clause Sunday, December 13th, 12-6 pm. This 4th annual fundraiser at The Vince Smith Hair Experience will benefit Save the Children.

Save the Children aims to help over 5 million Syrian children who have been displaced as a result of an ongoing civil war in their home country. They offer food, blankets, clothing, education and emotional support for displaced children.

To help raise money for the cause, the salon is offering a packages that provide hair and makeup touchups, as well as photo services for the perfect portrait with Santa.

Package 1 For a $25 Donation to Save The Children, you will get 5 Hi-Rez Digital Images that you can print however you like using you favorite service provider. And make this year’s Christmas Holiday Card.

Package 2 For a $40 Donation to Save The Children, you will get 10 Hi-Rez Digital Images.

Package 3 For a $65 Donation, you’ll get 10 Hi-Rez Digital Images and hair and makeup touch-up for you and your family.*

Package 4 For a $80 Donation, you’ll get 15 Hi-Rez Digital Images and hair and makeup touch-up for you and your family.*

Package 5 For $100 Donation, you’ll get 20 Hi-Rez Digital Images and hair and makeup touch-up for you and your family.*

What’s more is pets are welcome in all of the photos!

Visit the salon to get stylish Santa photos for a life-changing cause.

 

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