When a brand whose DNA is beauty and well-being has the will to help all those whose life path has been disrupted by difficulties.

Lucie Saint-Clair, in spite of her luxurious image, remains sensitive to the problems that we can all one day encounter. Life sometimes reserves very bad surprises.

At Lucie Saint-Clair, we meet modern and active women who are often privileged and whose daily life is punctuated by the desire to be attractive and concerned about their appearance, while remaining sensitive to society's problems.

A beautiful and authentic meeting with an association that makes sense: Joséphine, the first network of solidarity beauty salons, welcomes more than 1,000 women in great difficulty each year for support in beauty and well-being treatments. Within these salons, women benefit from a personalized one-year program that allows them to regain confidence in themselves and in their future.

This collaboration between Lucie Saint-Clair and Josephine will highlight the need to take care of oneself, to accept the helping hand of beauty professionals whose approach is anything but superficial!

Lucie Saint-Clair works with Joséphine to help women find their way back to self-confidence.

The Lucie Saint-Clair hairdressers have volunteered to go and meet these women and to offer their know-how to the Josephine salons. A privileged and trusting relationship between the hairdressers and these women will be created throughout their accompaniment in order to become true godparents for them.

Lucie Saint-Clair also supports the Josephine association through donations offered to its customers at the time of payment.

This approach at Lucie Saint-Clair is entirely based on the desire to offer well-being to women... all women! As the Josephine association says: "Make beauty a lever for each woman to take her place in society".

A big THANK YOU for your support in this GREAT adventure.

Addresses Salons Joséphine : 28 rue de la Charbonnière - Paris 18 Route de Décize - Moulins sur Allier 62 avenue Léon Blum - Clermont Ferrand