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#BeAwesomeToSomebody Introduces The "Blonde Asian" Scarf

Maggie Mulhern | September 25, 2015 | 9:12 AM

Do you know about the #BeAwesomeToSomebody program? In their free time, colorist Lucille Javier and hairstylist Mark Bustos empower the homeless by offering to do their hair or giving a "care package" consisting of essentials like hand sanitizer, shampoo, and a toothbrush with toothpaste.

Artist and Designer Christina J. Wang has collaborated with Javier to introduce the "Blonde Asian" scarf, with partial proceeds of sales to benefit #BeAwesomeToSomebody. The scarf refers to Wang's time with Javier in the salon and going blonde. It features drawings of all the tools it takes to go platinum blonde including Clairol 7th Stage bleach, Olaplex, Shu Uemura Color Safe Shampoo, mixing bowls, clear wrap, and, of course, Javier herself!

The scarf retails for $275.00.

 

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