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P&G Salon Pampers Moms of Paralympic Athletes in London

Jan Hillenmeyer | August 30, 2012 | 12:08 PM

The P&G Salon at the Wella Studio re-opened yesterday to provide complimentary beauty treatments to the mothers of the Paralympic athletes. This re-opening follows the success of the P&G Salon in offering services to the mothers of the 2012 Olympic Games athletes. The P&G Salon at the Wella Studio is part of P&G’s international “thank you, Mom” campaign celebrating the dedication and commitment of mothers around the world.

Wella Professionals stylists from Great Britain are being joined by Wella Professionals stylists from the US, Canada, Spain, Brazil, Norway and Finland to provide the athletes’ moms with a complete range of hair and beauty treatments including cuts, color, skin care treatments, make-up and nail services from brands that include Wella Professionals, Sebastian, Nioxin, Clairol Professionals and several P&G consumer brands.

P&G Salon Professional President Adil Mehboob-Kahn, says, “After P&G’s hugely successful salon operation during the London 2012 Olympic Games, Wella Professionals stylists from around the world are re-uniting again in one mission: To reward the hard work, support and dedication of moms of Paralympians with some well-earned pampering and me-time. We saw first-hand during the London 2012 Olympic Games how emotionally rewarding the experience was for both stylists and moms, and we look forward to pampering more moms during the Paralympic Games.”

The P&G Salon at the Wella Studio will also feature a photo booth allowing guests to capture their beauty treatments, free downloads of the Beauty Recommend App and a lounge where guests can update friends on their new looks via social media.

The international styling team includes Renato Fuzz of Brazil, Sandro Zamparini of Canada, Noora Kangas-Kuutti of Finland, Sandra Lauvland of Norway; Antonio Luis Garcia Amador, Asier Cano Jarmela and Ana Isabel Martinez Sanchez of Spain; David Ackroyd and Tony Brown of the UK, and Frank Farrelly, Diana Macaluso Morcelle and Christian Kin Thriv of the US. Visit


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