Byu-ti Hair Therapy Salon and Kimora Lee Simmons Aid Women in Need

Byu-ti Hair Therapy Salon in Los Angeles recently offered complimentary services to 50 clients from Dress for Success, an organization that helps disadvantaged women thrive in work and life by providing them with professional attire, a network of support and career counseling. The occasion featured an appearance by actress, model and businesswoman Kimora Lee Simmons, who gave an inspiring speech and offered encouragement and support to the Dress for Success “graduates.” Byu-ti Salon gave the women hairstyles to match their new professional outfits and advised them on how to maintain or recreate the look at home and before a job interview. “Looking your best can be an asset on an interview because when you look great, you radiate confidence making you more attractive to others,” says Byu-ti Salon owner Natasha Sunshine, who runs her business by the motto “Give goodness.”

For more information about the event or Dress for Success, please visit www.byu-ti.com and www.dressforsuccess.org. —Ivy Tan

*All photos courtesy of The Style Network.

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Simmons at the Byu-ti event

Byu-ti Salon owner Natasha Sunshine with a Dress for Success graduate

Byu-ti stylist with client

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