A constructive and supportive move: Caper via Paul Mitchell
When you think of a caper, some may think that's the official name of someone who walks around wearing a cape. While that may be true, that's not exactly what I have in mind.
Others may equate it to one of its meanings, ranging from an activity that is ridiculous, or a playful, skipping movement or activity. If that's the case, then you're encouraged to playfully make your way to participate in an event (or activity) that is far from ridiculous, especially when it comes to hair-care.
Via Paul Mitchell School the school - Atlanta (located at the King Plow Arts Center, 887 West Marietta St NW in Atlanta), people can support an educational-based project called Caper for Paul Mitchell. Patrons looking for top-notch hair products in the form of 1 shampoo, 1 conditioner, and 1 styling product. Add to it a creative and colorful tote bag, and you're able to "meet your match" when it comes to purchasing quality items for quality results.
The tote bags range from $30 to $130 depending on the amount of items purchased. They are available for purchase directly at the school during the business week. Even better is a way to support one of their students, Genise Jackson. A member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and an aspiring stylist, by mentioning her name (when making your purchase) or contacting her directly via email (at firstname.lastname@example.org), purchases can help assist her with her current and future endeavors.
Making it happen in a positive way is what we're about, let alone the businesses, community organizations, and people we are able to work with. In this case, it's about lending support for an up-and-coming stylist, as well as a worthwhile event and way to care for your hair (let alone someone else's) with savvy and style.
Don't be sorry (like the song by Outkast, Sorry Ms. Jackson); this week, be supportive of Ms. Jackson and the Caper series.