Help Be-Cause Send Students to Beauty School

The Be-Cause Charity Kick-Off Event is just a month away, and the effort to raise money to send aspiring salon professionals to beauty school has already begun. If you can't attend the March 5 event at Philip Pelusi's Tela Design Studio in New York City, which will feature celebrity stylist Ted Gibson and other surprise guests, you can still support the charity and its beneficiary, Beauty Changes Lives, by making a donation. For more information about Be-Cause, which was created by John Harms of Millennium by Harms Software, visit dontjustbe.com.

In the meantime, check out this video by Be-Cause honoree and supporter (and Paul Mitchell co-founder) John Paul DeJoria:

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