Get prepped for prom at Paul Brown Salons and Spas | Business
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Prom season is here, and with it comes the stress and anticipation of finding the perfect dress, shoes and accessories. Taking the stress out of prom prep, Paul Brown Salons and Spas is offering complimentary hair consultations with professional stylists and prom hair and makeup combos that come with a gift of $25 worth of cosmetics.
“We recognize that prom night is a major milestone in one’s high school career,” said master stylist Paul Brown. “Our team of professional stylists and makeup artists want everyone to look and feel their best by achieving the prom look they’ve always dreamed about.”
Prom-goers are invited to bring in pictures, ideas, and even their prom dress, to the salon of their choice for a free consultation with professional stylists a couple weeks before their big day. Those who schedule their prom hair and makeup appointments at a Paul Brown Salon and Spa location will receive $25 worth of makeup, perfect for last-minute pre-photo touch-ups.
The special prom promotion is being offered at all Paul Brown Salons and Spas, including Spa Olakino, Ward Center, Kailua, Waikele, Kahului and Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.
About Paul Brown Hawaii
Paul Brown Hawaii is a global brand featuring an extensive line of hair care products and six successful day spa salons through the Hawaiian Islands. Master Hairstylist, Educator and Businessman Paul Brown launched his hair care line in the 1980s to provide hair care solutions for all types of hair, in all cultures. Incorporating Hawaiian plant and sea essences, the line includes high-quality shampoos, conditioners and other beauty products. Paul Brown Hawaii products and services are offered worldwide while sold exclusively in professional salons and spas. For more information, call toll-free 1-800-338-0033 or visit PaulBrownHawaii.com.
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