Cyprus Mail

Perfect hair

By Maria Gregoriou

PERFECT hair takes time, money and flair. And for most of us all three are in short supply. We don’t have the time to visit the hairdressers regularly. We almost certainly don’t have the money. And flair is definitely a minority gift.
But with the holiday season coming up wouldn’t it be nice to show up at the company party, or any other Christmas do, looking as if we made an effort?

A special hair event means you’re in with a chance this year and can also help raise funds for the Cyprus Anticancer Association.

Learn from the best tomorrow at the Royal Hall in Nicosia where celebrity hairdressers from Greece, Trifonas Samaras and Constantinos Papdopoulos, will be giving a seminar entitled Perfect Hair in 50 Minutes.

The boys with the magic scissors will be using Syoss professional hair products to give some easy solutions to always having perfect looking hair. During the said 50 minutes all those present will get to know how to properly take care of their hair on a daily basis, and how to select the right hair colour and how to maintain it. You will also be given tips about which hair style suits you and how you can manage your hair every morning so it always looks as if you just left a hair salon

After the business of hair you can relax over music, coffee, and snacks. All the money collected from the event will be donated to the Cyprus Anticancer Association.

For reservations send an email to [email protected] or call 22-661516.

Perfect Hair in 50 Minutes
Seminar on how to style your hair. November 16. Royal Hall, 29 Xanthis Xenierou Street, Nicosia. 4.30pm. €10. Tel: 22-661516

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