Éminence Forests for the Future


Through the Forests for the Future initiative, Eminence plants a tree for every product sold, allowing us to support communities in developing countries. Because they plant a tree every time you purchase one of our retail products, Eminence has planted 11 million trees so far! They are the first and only skin care brand to do that!

These trees help restore the environment, reduce the impact of climate change and create a greener earth for future generations. We’ve planted trees in more than 22 countries around the world. In developing countries, this equips people to grow their own food and build sustainable incomes for their families. In addition, a number of promising climate-smart agroforestry practices have been developed to improve crop yields and to revitalize soil health, water use efficiency and carbon storage.


•  Produces approximately 260 pounds of oxygen per year
•  Absorbs as much carbon in a year as a car produces driving 26,000 miles
•  Helps lower air temperature and helps combat climate change
•  Stabilizes the soil and prevents wind and soil erosion through its roots
•  Contributes to the fertility of land through nitrogen fixation and increasing water penetration

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Sponsoring Children with Compassion International

Revel Salon and Color Studio is so excited to be able to sponsor 2 boys from Guatemala through Compassion International. Compassion’s work in Guatemala began back in 1976 and currently, more than 32,400 children participate in child development centers across central America. Our sponsorship and many others provides Guatemalan children with the opportunity to rise above their circumstances and become all they were meant to be!

Joseph is 8 years old and likes basketball, running and art. Frizly is now 14 and likes drawing, swimming and math.

We invite you to remember these boys and keep them in your prayers! We hope our support will help them receive the assistance they need to grow and develop!

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Prom Workshop // April 2016
Big thanks to the Clover High School Student Council and Jessica Davis. Filmed and edited by Shaylin Patterson, Revel Salon and Color Studio Media Music courtesy of Bensound http://www.bensound.com

We were so excited to bring in some lovely ladies from Clover High School and teach them all about hair and makeup for prom!

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