Snip-its Kids Salon Franchise Provides Stress-free Haircuts this Holiday Season

Snip-its (www.snipits.com), the fastest growing franchise of children’s hair salons in the U.S. is known for providing a pleasant, entertaining hair-cutting experience for kids, which is especially beneficial for families during the hectic holiday season. The addition of Snip-its Express, a scaled-down version of the children’s salon, provides yet another option for fitting in kids’ hair cuts and styling, just in time for holiday photos and festivities. Snip-its gift certificates make ideal holiday gifts for families with children.

“The holiday season can feel very rushed for families juggling multiple shopping lists, parties and holiday school schedules,” said Christine Mudd, director of franchise development, Snip-its. ”Snip-its and Snip-its Express stores helps families by offering its signature tear-free kids hair cut and gift-giving ideas from gift certificates to its own line of children’s grooming products. Parties also can be booked for children’s holiday celebrations at the full-service Snip-its salons.”

The salon offers unique, spa-style experiences including manicures, pedicures and specialty hair styles such as hair wraps, cornrow braids and beads. Expert make up application for weddings, recitals, holidays and other special occasions is a favorite service that includes a palette of shadow, blusher, liner and lip gloss that little princesses can take home. Snip-its offers a line of safe, environmentally friendly shampoos, body wash, conditioners and styling products. All Snip-its and Snip-its Express stores are independently owned and operated by franchisees.

Snip-its, a growing kids franchise was founded in 1995 by California native, Joanna Meiseles, the daughter of Hollywood producer, Robert Blumofe credited with the movie, Yours, Mine and Ours and is the granddaughter of famed comedian Jack Benny. After a heartbreaking visit to an ‘adult’ salon with her then young son, the first-time entrepreneur established the entertainment-styled salon with the goal to make children’s hair care a positive fun-filled adventure for families. Entrepreneurs that relate to this scenario may wish to learn more about opening a Snip-its store. For more information on Snip-It’s Express franchising please visit http://snipits.com/franchising/franchise_faq.cfm.

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Topshop Launches Charity Christmas Dress Hire Project

Topshop’s Oxford Circus flagship store is exclusively offering the once in a lifetime chance for customers to take a walk through the wardrobes of its fabulous circle of fashion friends. With one-off pieces donated by the crème of the fashion and celebrity world, customers will have the chance to hire their dream designer dress for December’s forthcoming Christmas parties.

Shoppers will be able to browse the selection of garments and try things on for size between 26th November and 6th December, before the hire period which runs 7th – 23rd December. Dresses will be available to hire for one day, and following the dress hire period there will be the opportunity to enter a silent bid and be the life-long owner of their desired dress when it is auctioned. Dress hire costs just £40. Most importantly, all of the hire fees and proceeds f r o m the auction will go to Topshop’s chosen charities Age Concern and Help the Aged.

Celebrities that have kindly donated to the project include Kate Moss, who donated a beautiful beaded Lanvin party dress, and Freida Pinto, who gave a pale yellow Burberry Prorsum dress. Scarlett Johansson’s Nanette Lepore animal print minidress will be available for hire, alongside a full length floral gown by Dolce & Gabbana f r o m Peaches Geldof and a midnight blue evening dress by Australian designer Jayson Brundson f r o m Dita Von Teese. Customers will also have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to wear one of Nicola Roberts’ of Girls Aloud’s bespoke stage costumes f r o m the band’s recent tour.

Not only will the dresses be the main talking point of the evening, wearers will not risk running into anyone in the same inimitable piece.

Sophie Dahl commented: “I am thrilled to support Help the Aged and Age Concern through Topshop’s Christmas ‘Dress Me Up’ initiative. What a good cause to put a lovely frock on for. The dress I donated is one I love, a proper party dress that deserves an outing.”

Peaches Geldof is also thrilled to be able to support the campaign: “This dress was a gift f r o m my good friends Dolce & Gabbana. It was beautifully made and means a lot to me. I wore it in Cannes and had lots of fun; I hope the next person who hires it does too. I think dress hire for charity is a great idea and Age Concern and Help The Aged are worthwhile causes. I am glad to be able to give something back to the third generation.”

Emma Cook, designer, commented: “Having worked with Topshop for so long, we didn’t think twice about donating our dress. It’s such a great cause, especially at this time of year. The combination of being able to help support Age Concern & Help The Aged and the chance for someone to wear our dress that wouldn’t ordinarily be able to afford to, is such a fantastic concept.”

About Topshop
Topshop is continually recognised as being an authority on Womens clothing, having won several awards for design reputation and new services, and has a wide range of dresses, shoes, coats, women jackets, jeans and bags.

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