Local Salon Honors Caregivers
A well-known Hawaii salon has expanded its reach to include the care-givers of our fallen troops.
Paul Brown Hawaii recently partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project, in order to honor its caregivers. So far, the company has donated 500 Operation Mahalo Kits (full of beauty products) to them.
Master Stylist Paul Brown operates six Paul Brown Salons & Spas in Hawaii, including one in Waikele Center. He said he and his staff are honored to encourage the caregivers “who give so much of themselves on a daily basis. Sometimes,” he added, “it’s the little things – like a new hairstyle or tube of lipstick – that can truly make a difference in the way someone feels.”
The salon firm also participates in Project Mahalo for military members and their families. It rewards deserving candidates with a weekend of pampering and luxury at a Waikiki hotel, including dinner for two, a two-night stay and full makeover.