OA Hockey Team Sports Heads of Dreds in Preparation for First Round of State Tournaments

Easton, MA (PressExposure) February 28, 2011 -- Edward and Norah Blum and the talented Makeovers Salon + Spa team treated the OA Boy's Hockey team (Photo: Back row L to R ) Kyle Johnson, Andrew Mancini, Matt Carol, Justin Devidner and (Front row L to R) Corey Mclaughlin and Kyle Hayes to new game-winning style as they move on to play the first round in the Division 2 State Hockey tournament.

"These guys played a fantastic game and we're so proud of OA's B hockey team for making it to state tournaments. We wanted to give them all a unified 'do that showcases their athletic spirit and will take them to a championship win," noted Edward Blum.

Makeovers Salon & Spa designers travel to New York for training in the latest color and cutting techniques each Spring and the salon frequently hosts renowned international guest trainers. Services offered at the Day Spa include facials, laser treatments, massage, manicures/pedicures, wraps, body treatments, waxing, reflexology and aromatherapy. Their line of high quality products include G.M. Collin and Glymed Spa products, Glominerals Makeup and Wella, Sebastian, Rene Furtier, Alterna and Icon hair care products.

Makeovers Salon & Spa is located at 574 Washington Street in Easton, MA. For more information, visit the website at http://www.makeoverssalon.com or contact (508) 238-1211.

About Makeovers Salon

Makeovers Salon & Spa is owned by the internationally recognized, award-winning designers Edward and Norah Blum. As one of the largest salon and spa in Massachusetts, Makeovers Salon & Spa is a 13,200 square foot "paradise" with 26 styling stations, nine large treatment rooms and a staff of more than 80 providing hair styling and coloring; nail and spa services. Makeovers Salon & Spa has been honored 15 times with "First Place Reader's Choice Award" in all beauty categories.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 28, 2011 at 5:54 pm
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