It was their way of helping out a little boy.
Tyler Auten is autistic, and his parents want to get him a new service dog.
They've been fundraising so they can afford the companion, but they still haven't reached their goal.
So on Saturday, Turnarounds Salon & Day Spa in Bloomington hosted an event to raise money. It was called "Paws for Tyler."
Proceeds from haircuts, massages and facials all went to help the family's cause.
"There's many, many, many things that this dog will do for Tyler, but the biggest thing that we went into this for is keeping him safe," said Dawn Auten, Tyler's mother.
Salon co-owner Kim Reed said, "When she came in and told us the need and what they were going to do, it was just an awesome thing and we know it's a need. We were excited to do whatever we could. I would hope somebody would do that for me."
The family is hopeful Saturday's event will help them reach their goal.
The dog will be trained to help Tyler with behavioral issues.