Cut Your Hair, Grow A Tree! (Glam Slam)

Emma Stone arrives at the Los Angeles Premiere 'Gangster Squad' at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on January 7, 2013 in Hollywood Emma Stone arrives at the Los Angeles Premiere 'Gangster Squad' at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on January 7, 2013 in Hollywood

We all know Hollywood folks spend gobs of money to look good. They’ve got their team of thousand-dollar-a-day (or more) beauty experts and shelves of pricey products.

Now, a celeb favorite haircare line wants to get the beauty industry on board to be more eco-conscious.

The luxury brand, Davines, which is popular with stars like Emma Stone, Kate Beckinsale and Rose Byrne, dedicated Monday, October 7 as a day of sustainable beauty.

“By creating beauty sustainability, we encourage people to take care of themselves, of the environment in which they live & work, of the things,” reveal the folks at Davines.

Davines salons nationwide and in Canada will offer haircuts or blow-outs free of charge, encouraging clients to make a minimum $15 donation. The sustainable day of beauty raised more than $60,000 in 2012 and hopes to raise $75,000 this year. All of the money earned from donations will be donated to The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation (FTPF). This year, proceeds will be allocated to a fruit tree planting project in the American Southwest, which will help out the American Indian communities.

Sounds like a win-win! Treat yourself to a luxury haircut for under $20 and give a little back to planet Earth.

To find a local Davines salon, check out www.davines.com.

-- Terri MacLeod

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