The children of Sacred Heart, a local orphanage, got a surprise after school Monday. Boys and girls piled into a local salon, and they were each given a free haircut. (Michelle Lopez\Sazzy Makeoverz manager): "We had donated to them for Christmas a haircut. We're going to receive about 45-47 kids. Since they were busy all December, we decided to do it a little after and today as the day we scheduled it. We are really excited." The girls even were given mini-manicures. Barbie Ortiz, 7, chose to get her nails painted blue. "Because it's my favorite." Priscilla Nadin, 12, decided to go with a new hair cut, cutting five inches off her hair. "'Are you excited?' Yes, a little bit nervous." Additional volunteers were even brought in to help. Co-owner of the salon, Rosario Leal said she wanted to do it just see happy faces. "It's always a good feeling to give in order to receive back. So that’s our main focus to give so we can see those happy smiles on their faces. It's always a good feeling to see their happy faces." Over 40 kids were able to enjoy the salon's services Monday. The kids ranged in ages from 5 to 15 years old.