Pello Hairdressing, based in Letterkenny Shopping Centre, marked their 10th year in business with a special event for Breast Cancer Awareness, which was a vision of pink balloons and treats for this special event.
Guests pinned on pink ribbons in support of Pinktober and Breast Cancer Awareness, while a busy donation booth raised over 1000Euro for Breast Cancer North West.
Pello founders Patrick Gray, Tina McBride and their team welcomed visitors to a space of wellness, transforming the salon into a place of pampering with a holistic approach for the day.
A blow-dry bar, hand massages and chaktra readings were all provided by Team Pello, sharing the natural and sensory spa experiences that comes with the Aveda products.
Pello Letterkenny brand ambassador and multi award winning surfer Easkey Britton joined the celebrations. Easkey is a loyal fan of Aveda products and is a regular customer of Donegal’s exclusive Aveda salon, travelling over 45 minutes from her home town in Rossnowlagh to maintain her crowning glory.
From pampering, treats, and smiles all round, it was a great day for Patrick, Tina and the team to support a local cause, thank customers for their support and set an optimistic tone for the years to come.
Pictured is Pello Hairdressing staff Nicole Toland, Donna Doherty, Aisling Hannigan, Tina McBride, Patrick Gray, award winning surfer and ambassador for Pello Easkey Britton, Brid Gillespie, Zara Kostrzewa, Adrianna Kavanagh and Neil Murray marking Pello’s 10th anniversary with a Pinktober fundraiser in aid of Breast Cancer North West. Over 1000 euro was raised on the day, in Pello’s new state of the art salon in Letterkenny Shopping Centre
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