Work it girlfriend! One of our favorite ways to share the creativity that happens in our salon every single day is to put YOU in the spotlight during our weekly ‘styles from the salon postings’ where we share real, rockin’, hair on real people! But sometimes we forget that hair is not JUST an accessory, and for some of us, particularly those suffering from cancer or other diseases that cause hair loss, it can be a constant struggle as well as a source of pain.
Enter the Visible Changes Styling Teams! The VC team has been working hard to promote causes that help to give those suffering the physical and mental effects of hair loss a little bit of comfort.
Below are some of our fabulous clients who have ‘made the cut’ and donated a large portion of their beautiful locks to those in need! Visible Changes can also fit and style wigs from our selection for those who are experiencing hair loss due to cancer therapy (wig services, along with hair removal, are complimentary for cancer patients).
We’d love for you to join the cause, and to join us in supporting those who can’t take their hair for granted. For more information on how to get involved, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
These stylists spearheaded by Artistic team members shaved heads as a fundraiser for St. Baldricks to raise money for children with cancer.
About Visible Changes
Visible Changes Salons have been serving the Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Plano (Dallas area) areas since 1977. Founded by John and Maryanne McCormack, Visible Changes Salons are Texas’ premiere quality hair cutting, coloring and styling solution. The company has grown to include 17 salons across the state of Texas.
Over the years, Visible Changes salons have become known for outstanding customer service, creative and innovative hairstyles and most importantly our well educated, talented hair stylist and Artistic teams. Visible Changes hairstyles have been featured in beauty industry publications, and most recently the company was named as “The Best Place to Work” from The Houston Business Journal.