"Each year it has been different sometimes it is heartbreaking, but they feel like they are remembering that person," she said.
This year has already started off strong, with 10 people coming into the salon by noon of the first day of the program.
A big fundraising day for the salon is during Upper Union Street BID's Harvest Fest on Oct. 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Williams said she also hopes to work with some local hospitals and community groups.
"It seems like it is, unfortunately, a cancer that has reach a loved one of someone. I think that is why it is such a huge phenomenon," she said. "I am fortunate enough to say I don't have anyone in my family that has battled breast cancer.""