Many women with cancer say that putting on a wig helps them feel like themselves again, but real-hair wigs are a luxury that few can afford. Pantene is helping to combat this, and I think it is an amazing and inspiring initiative. I was humbled to be able to donate my hair to such a worthy cause.
|D2C Founder Madeleine Moore cut her hair off to make wigs for cancer patients.|
To donate your ponytail, it must be at least 8 inches (20cm) in length. Check out Beautiful Lengths' US and Australian sites for more information about requirements and how to donate:
- US: http://pantene.com/en-us/experience-main-section2/beautiful-lengths
- Australia: http://www.beautifullengths.com.au/
Think about skipping your next salon treatment to grow your hair longer and stronger, and pledge your ponytails to Beautiful Lengths to make a wig for a cancer patient.