Cancer survivors get free pampering for Mother's Day
Darlene Nickiford, 50, gets excited as Dale Seeman, owner of Zootz Hair Studio, styles her wig during pampering session at the salon in Vancouver, B.C. on Thursday May 8, 2014. Dale Seeman, owner of Zootz Hair Studio, in partnership with The House of Miss Rose, will be offering free wigs and makeovers to mothers who have been missing the delights of personal hair care as a result of cancer treatment or other conditions. (CARMINE MARINELLI/ 24 HOURS)
Three women undergoing cancer-related health treatments got an early Mother's Day gift Thursday after they were offered a free “pampering session.”
Vancouver's Zootz Hair Studio and Langley's House of Miss Rose supplied the three women — age 65, 60 and 23 — with a variety of beauty services.
“A lot of women can't afford wigs,” said House of Miss Rose owner Rose Adams, who donated wigs for the women. “They need something special done for them. That's why I donated the wigs, for the women to have a special day for Mother's Day.”