St. Paul salon's free makeovers help battered women heal

  • Article by: Joy Powell , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 15, 2013 - 11:40 PM

St. Paul salon is giving makeovers to help battered women get a new look, part of a national campaign against domestic violence.

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Marykate1Mar. 16, 13 9:05 AM

Christ's love in action.

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angelanimsMar. 16, 1310:48 AM

PEOPLE'S love in action.

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biltamMar. 16, 1310:54 AM

Phenomenal. Kudos to Brian Horst & Details.

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kathyjoleMar. 16, 13 9:25 PM

Brian Horst and the stylists at Details are to be commended for being so engaged and pro-active in their downtown community. My daughter Shannon is the stylist mentioned in this article, and I could not be more proud of her "works of heart". the Details staff regularly participate in community service activities - Cut it Out, Out of the Darkness, Feed My Starving Children, and Music in Mears, just to name a few. Being a Good Neighbor is just part of how Details does business! No matter where we live or where we work, there is need all around us. There is something EACH of us can do to give someone a hand up. If each of us does a little, it really will make a big difference - for ALL of us! Kudos to the Star Tribune for bringing this very important issue to light.

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yodalukeMar. 17, 1312:12 AM

This is absolutely amazing! Christ's love in action, as well as, people's love in action!!

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