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During the London 2012 Paralympic Games, the P&G Salon at the Wella Studio was open to pam

October 1, 2012


• During the London 2012 Paralympic Games, the P&G Salon at the Wella Studio was open to pamper Moms of London 2012 Paralympians. These well deserving women enjoyed complimentary beauty treatments as part of P&G’s international ‘Thank You Mom’ campaign, which aims to celebrate and honor the hard work and commitment shown by moms all over the world.

A leading team of international Wella Professionals stylists from the US, Canada, Spain, Brazil, Norway and Finland joined Wella Professionals experts from Great Britain to treat the moms of Paralympians with complimentary beauty treatments including hair cutting, styling, coloring and treatment, skin pampering and makeup, and manicures including patriotic nail art from brands including Wella Professionals, Sassoon, Sebastian, Nioxin, Clairol Professional, Olay, Max Factor and CoverGirl.
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