Happy Rosh Hashanah: Time to Look Forward to Celebrations with Friends & Family

2020 has been a turbulent year, to say the least. It’s been a year of unprecedented change, unimaginable catastrophes, unfathomable pain and suffering, and inconceivable hardships.

While social distancing has protected us, it has left us as social beings who thrive on social connections, looking for new ways to connect.

We are always thankful for our loyal, kind and overall amazing clientele, but this year especially.

We are did all we could to support our clients during the cover shut downs. We were mailing color out to clients all over the country on a daily basis. We offered facetime consultation to get new clients, friends and family members the right color, treatments and products mailed to their doors.

We had done our best to stay connected via social media, facebook, instagram and emailing.

With the jewish new year approaching we think it is important to be grateful that the upcoming holiday season will accompany some long-awaited good news for us all. We would like to reflect on 2020, remember to be grateful for all that we have and wishing everyone a bit of good new in the new year!

Happy Rosh Hashanah

We are grateful we can have small get-togethers to rejoice our connections with our close family members and friends.

Rosh Hashanah marks the Jewish New Year, and we strongly believe that we must channel this holiday to mark a new beginning for our family, our community and our world!

Its time to start doing things differently, to be mindful of ourselves and our surroundings, and to be grateful for the little pleasures that we have been denied for so long. Celebrations are a great opportunity to pay thanks to the universe and be grateful for the love and support of our loved ones.

We wish you a very happy Rosh Hashanah, and we hope everyone gets an opportunity to celebrate this new beginning with their loved ones and close friends.

Cheers to the kick off to what we expect to be a wonderful holiday season filled with love, laughter and family.