With COVID-19 self-isolation now into week 3 and week 4 (for many of us), many are starting to notice overgrown hair, dark roots creeping, eyebrows sprouting, and so on...
Step forward Selfie Salon, an initiative that wants you to join the #selfiesalon movement to #stayhomesavelives by showing your support in taking a before-and-after beauty self-grooming picture, and at the same time back health-based charities, and the health and beauty businesses impacted by the coronavirus.
Selfie Salon is not only focused on raising donations to support your favourite charities, but is also addressing what is becoming a key concern for both men and women as the lockdown period continues and closed grooming and beauty parlours mean that hair do’s and nail painting enter the world of DIY!
The Selfie Salon initiative is simple.
Do your own self-grooming and donate the money you save to a charity connected with those businesses affected by the coronavirus crisis, or to the charities that support the health heroes who are looking after the country. But to help keep us all smiling, simply take a before and after selfie and post it on the selfiesalon.co website, at the same time as making the donation.
Matt Hagger, driving Selfie Salon added, “Getting the message out about Selfie Salon is what will help it go viral, put a smile on thousands of faces and in turn build the charitable donations. Having JournoLink on board with its distribution capability to thousands of journalists who care about small businesses is a huge help.”