So, in light of the recent controversy, the California-based company is turning a negative into a positive and offering Nadya Suleman free future hair services at The Argyle in West Hollywood and a free babysitter.
CEO Mike Brady said in a statement:
"We appreciate how much Brazilian Blowout is making a mother's life easier, but we want to be sure that California tax payers money is not going to anything other than taking care of her children. We don't want to see these kids miss out on anything at the cost of a Brazilian Blowout, or any kind of hair treatment."
Brazilian Blowout is also paying Octo's hairstylist $520 so the money can be returned to California taxpayers and they're even picking up the tab to have her plumbing repaired.
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