Grab your PJ's and favourite teddy bear... National Pyjama Day for Starlight is this Saturday!

Dress down to make a difference!

Ditch the everyday all black ensemble this Saturday, and don your fleecy best... Because May 7 is our National Pyjama Day for Starlight!


Good hustle, team - with more salons than ever (315!) registered to take part in Salon Select Smiles for Starlight, we're looking ahead to what's on as part of Starlight month... Starting with Pyjama Day this Saturday!
 
And, we're off! Fundraising has officially begun, and the month of May is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever! Following the success of last year’s drive, we've decided to raise the bar and want to make an even bigger impact. With the goal of granting another 20 wishes (that’s $130,000!) for Starlight set, we need your help.

In honour of Starlight Day on Friday May 6, a national Pyjama Dress Up Day will be held across all participating salons on Saturday May 7! You guessed it; grab your most comfortable slippers and favourite teddy bear, because all stylists will be encouraged to show up to work in their PJ’s to raise awareness of this incredible cause... And really, what's better than being able to rock your favourite flannels all day? Encourage your friends, family and beloved clients to book in and dig deep this Saturday... Every dollar counts!

But don't take our word for it... Sandy and the Westmead Pop Up Salon gang got together in their PJ's, to prove that styles really can spread smiles. Check out their message to you BELOW!



PS. Did your salon miss out on participating in Starlight Month? Never fear, you can still help us reach our goal of $130,000 with a once off salon donation... CLICK HERE!

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