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Thursday, January 11, 2007

Finding gold in kids' hair


A Natick business has found something in kids' hair, but it's neither dirt nor bubble gum. It's profits.

Snip-its, the kids' hair salon chain, announced recently it has opened up its 52nd franchise.

Joanne Meiseles, founder of the lucrative chain, said in a news release that the services Snip-Its offers don't stop with simple haircuts.

"Snip-its makes grooming enjoyable with fun mini spa treatments, birthday celebrations and even 'Glamour parties' where children receive a full celebrity-style pampering, from hair-dos and make-up to dress-up and fingernail polishing," she said.

-- Adam Sell

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