21st Oct 2017
TONI&GUY are always looking for opportunities to help causes that are close to their heart, in recognition of the ongoing support they receive from their loyal clients.
Tomorrow, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22ND, a TONI&GUY charity event will take place at the four TONI&GUY Salons in Ireland on Clarendon Street, Dundrum Town Centre, Church Road, Malahide and Main Street, Blackrock.
Stylists, colourists and assistants will be giving their time to help two very deserving charities. Cut, colour and blow dry appointments (for men and women) will be available at a special one-day-only discount with all proceeds (including tips and optional donations) split between two fabulous causes: the magical Make-A-Wish Ireland, making dreams come true for children with life threatening conditions and Barnardos Ireland, which was established in 1962 and is Ireland’s leading independent children’s charity.
TONI&GUY Ireland Company Director, Andy Styles has also committed to the arduous task of rowing the Atlantic with the proceeds going to help Barnardos UK.
There will be raffle prizes, champagne and canapés, spot prizes & more throughout the day. Doing nothing this Sunday? Might as well pop into your nearest TONI&GUY Salon, get a discounted blow dry for the week ahead and be part of what promises to be a fun and stylish day, all the while supporting some very special charities.
TONI&GUY have kindly offered a cut and colour (not applicable on Sunday, October 22nd) to a lucky IMAGE.ie reader. To be in with a chance of winning, simply tag a friend in our Facebook post and we’ll pick a winner.
Good luck! See you tomorrow in TONI&GUY!
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