Arizona’s Attorney General Terry Goddard introduced the Cut It Out domestic abuse recognition campaign in 2005, knowing that people share intimate information with their stylists. Empire Beauty School has taken this mission to heart, requiring all students to take classes in identifying domestic abuse and reporting it or offering assistance to those involved. Empire Beauty School realizes how important this mission is, and appreciates how deeply our clients trust their stylists.
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