Tula Organic Salon and Spa, which opened its doors earlier this month, is proud to celebrate Earth month with a cut-a-thon to raise money for the Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse. Co-owners Emily Askin and Becky Spitler will cut and coif as many people as they possibly can, with a goal of donating $500 to PCCR.
HAIRCUT-A-THON benefitting PCCR
Saturday, May 5, 2012
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Tula Organic Salon and Spa
2629 Murray Avenue, Squirrel Hill
Call today to schedule your appointment! Spots are limited.
Tula Organic’s mission is to provide salon and spa services in the most environmentally conscious way possible. This has led them to seek out other local businesses that share its green, upcycling sensibility. “Of course we want to make people beautiful,” said Emily Askin, a co-owner who recently returned to Pittsburgh from New York, where she did hair and makeup for film, television, and stage, “but people are more conscious than ever about how green the businesses they patronize actually are. Becky and I opened Tula with the hope of contributing positively to our region’s ever-growing landscape of sustainable businesses. Sharing our bottom line with the Center for Creative Reuse next week is a positive step in that direction.”
Tula’s signature dry haircutting technique will be available for men, women and children at 30 minute intervals for the event pricing of $40 per haircut. Please call 412-521-2230 to schedule.