August 22, 2002
Family Hair Care, a family-focused hair salon that opened in the Centre Ridge Marketplace Shopping Center in May, not only focuses on family and hair care, but also reaches out to the community.
From now through September, Family Hair Care will donate $1 from every hair cut to the local school or senior citizens home of the customer's choice.
"We wanted the whole family to come here," said Jan Tran, owner of Family Hair Care, which has five full-time employees with a combined 40 years of experience.
With this promotion any senior citizen who gets hair service gets to donate a $1 off, to the senior citizens of their choice. The same goes for any child that gets hair service — that dollar goes to the elementary, middle school or high school he or she attends.
"It serves the community," said customer Shakil Ahmed of Centreville.
"We specialize in everything. We do everything from highlights and perms to up-dos and relaxers," said hair dresser Omaya Jabaly, formerly with Great Clips and now with Family Hair Care. "I didn't want to leave my clientele because I am really concerned about my customers."
Says customer John Wilkinson of Centreville: "Queene [Campos] has been cutting my hair for a couple years, and there is a lot better service here. She has more to work with. I will definitely bring back my family."
Family Hair Care is located at the intersection of Route 28 and New Braddock Road in Centreville. They are open seven days a week Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 703-815-8010.