Helping the fight against pancreatic cancer, Crimped will be supporting the Youth Lab's, Long Table Lunch, fundraiser event held Saturday 1 May at the Shorehouse, Swanbourne.
An issue close to home for Crimped founder, Erin Varga, the brand hopes to help raise funds and awareness for Pancreatic Cancer, providing a $770 contribution to the event's silent auction and styling vouchers for all attending.
A not-for-profit event to raise awareness and support for other families who have also been impacted, the Long Table Lunch includes lunch and drinks, with guest speakers and an impressive silent auction.
With Pancreatic cancer being the 10th most commonly diagnosed cancer type in Australia, Crimped hopes to help clients currently recovering from chemotherapy feel confident again by providing services such as natural keratin bond hair extension application from the comfort of their own home, providing women with long luscious hair they love, to help feel confident again.
Crimped Silent auction prize: A Crimped monthly subscription for three months, offering:
A weekly Crimped blow dry and style appointment at the client's home.
1 set of Bondi Boost Hair Growth Shampoo and Conditioner (500 ml bottles)
The option to turn any of their weekly blow dries into a Crimped Cut and Blow dry anytime within the three-month time frame.
To find out more about this event head to The Youth Lab website, which includes all event information, links to buy tickets and options to donate for those who cannot attend.