When actress Tippi Hedren visited a Vietnamese refugee camp in California 40 years ago, the Hollywood star's long, polished fingernails dazzled the women there. Hedren flew in her personal manicurist to teach a group of 20 refugees the art of manicures.
Mother of three who suffered crippling foot pain cured by beautician
Pedicurist Holly Pope, who has been working in the industry for less than a year, cured Ms Thompson's pain by jerking her fourth toe into place during a routine pedicure at American Nails salon in Bath centre last month
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CND And Beauty Changes Lives Honor American Actress & Philanthropist Tippi Hedren With The Legacy Of Style Award (Tippi is known as the Godmother of the Vietnamese-American nail salon industry -- and mother of Melanie Griffith.)
CND And Beauty Changes Lives Honor American Actress & Philanthropist Tippi Hedren With The Legacy Of Style Award (Tippi is known as the Godmother of Vietnamese-American nail salon industry -- and mother of Melanie Griffith.)
Tippi Hedren - (born Nathalie Kay Hedren, January 19, 1930, New Ulm, MN) is an American actress, former fashion model and an animal rights activist. She made her film debut in The Birds followed by the title role Marnie. She has been involved with animal rescue at Shambala Preserve, an 80-acre (320,000 m2) wildlife habitat which she founded in 1983. Hedren was also instrumental in the development of Vietnamese-American nail salons in the United States