HOOVER, Ala. (WIAT) -- People like to feel good about the way they look, especially men and women who are battling cancer.
On Wednesday, cancer survivors and patients are getting a new look at The Paul Mitchell School in Hoover.
As part of Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day, the school is offering free blow dry and styles, along with free manicures, to cancer survivors and patients.
The school started doing it in 2003.
"I think it's a very, very special day," Erin Greggs, Director of The Paul Mitchell School, said on Wednesday. "Especially because June is Cancer Survivor Support Month, so they specify one day a month to really give back to those patients and those survivors."
The event lasts until 10 p.m.
Those who wish to make an appointment can do so by calling (205) 824-4442.
Walk-ins are accepted, but appointments are suggested.
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