A $1 million gift card will be delivered to the home of Pari Beauty Salon founder and CEO and her husband, Tom, as a sign of goodwill and a reminder of the importance of the brand, sources said.

    In a statement, Pari’s founder, John O’Neill, said: “We’ve been doing something very special for the past two years, so it was only natural that we would want to give something back to our customers.

    We have the most loyal customers in the business, and that’s why we want to help them continue to enjoy the benefits of our high-quality products, services and experiences.”

    The couple will be celebrating the gift card on March 1, the day the couple will celebrate the launch of Paris new flagship salon, Bombing.

    They will be giving away the $1.6 million giftcard to a select group of individuals, who will be given a chance to win it.

    A spokesman for the couple, who are also Pari customers, said the couple is “extremely excited” about the event.

    “I can’t wait to spend my money in the salon, and to see all the fabulous people that come through every day,” he said.

    “It’s great to be part of this amazing community and I can’t imagine living anywhere else.”

    The Bombing gift card was first unveiled in December, when the company announced the first-ever annual gift card giveaway.

    It was designed to encourage people to “make the effort” to spend at least $1k on beauty products, and was also designed to raise awareness about the importance and value of beauty products.

    In the statement, O’Connell said:”I am very pleased to be a part of such a wonderful community.

    The Bombing offer is just another example of how Pari has helped people and the beauty industry to grow.

    We are grateful for the opportunity to work with such a powerful brand.”

    The company is set to open a new flagship beauty salon in Sydney’s inner west in May, but it is not yet known if it will also be opening a new salon in Queensland.

    Pari is currently owned by O’Neil, who is the company’s founder and chairman.

    He is also CEO of Oasis Salon in Sydney.