Number 4 High Performance Hair Care united its leading artists-Curt Darling, Meleesa Miller and Erin Patterson, along with Chad Law, Education Director for "Hair Aid Oklahoma Tornado Recovery Fund."
The goodwill program was spearheaded by former Sassoon Creative Director Sally Rogerson along with Greg Welchel and Rick Bennett of the esteemed Oklahoma Tricology Salon.
Together they hosted an event on August 12th at Bricktown Coca Cola Center in Oklahoma City, to assist after the devastating tornado.
The Number 4 team presented a sneak preview of its new collection "Urban Elegance," which was inspired by an urban, street savvy woman who opts for sleek, sophisticated, and polished hair. The collection was adapted specifically for the show with locks that were magnanimous-bigger and more avant-garde with lots and lots of texture.
"Number 4 brought something completely fresh to the industry with a high performance collection that is straight forward and simple, showcasing beautiful craftsman styling-all while raising considerable funds for charity," says Toni Wells Brand Director.
The event went far beyond raising funds for those impacted by the tornado disaster.
In order to assess the great need that still exists in Oklahoma, the team went out into the community to personally see the wreckage.
|Two beauties support the charitable efforts for Oklahoma.|