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On Thursday, 1 March Moriah College hosted an event to raise awareness for KIDS WITH CANCER.  More than 100 students volunteered to have their hair cut at school so they could donate their locks to have wigs made.

Big shout out to Emma for helping out at the event! Watch the video below for all the action!

We’re in the finals again!!!

Girls night in

Spring trends- bringing the 80’s back

The 80’s hair styles seem to be coming back in this spring with big curls, precise bobs, teased pony tails and flower arrangements to decorate your style. We are also holding on to our shabby chic and beach babe look so don’t fret as there’s something for everyone this spring. Contact us now to keep up to date with your spring trends!

Go Pink for a Cure

Recently we helped Moriah College raise over $50,000 for Go Pink for a Cure. We offered to turn their principle, vice principle and one of their head teacher’s hair pink if they could raise $25,000. The challenge was happily accepted as the student’s raised the funds overnight! We kept our end of the bargain as you can see in the below snap. We also donated a gift voucher to help raise the additional $25,000 at their annual pink breakfast.

Pink Ribbon Day morning tea

Our latest Pink Ribbon Day morning tea was a huge success! We raised over $1000 for Breast Cancer awareness.

A big thanks to our sponsors, Lebebecoo, Metallic gift, Inspirit design, Bianc Jewellery, Gcimagery and Bay laser for providing such amazing prizes, Jesses Bakery for supplying all the delicious treats and Drew Blundell for providing his soulful music. We couldn’t have done it without all of your contributions.

Another shout out goes to the amazing team Kylie Anderson, Luisa Marzotto, Susie Smith and Nikki Berman for all their help and support throughout the day. They went above and beyond for this event, so thank you!


A Head of the Rest is a finalist in the 2016 Brightest & Best Business Awards.
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Brightest & Best Business Award 2015