Complimentary Haircut With Hair Donation

For the month of March our stylist Kenzie will be giving complementary haircuts to anyone donating their hair. We make it super easy for you and even send off the hair ourselves! We’ve chosen to donate to a great organization called Children With Hair Loss.  We think this organization is so special because they never charge for the hair they give to the children!

A little history on CWHL

CWHL opened in September 2000. After researching, they didn’t find any other organizations that were giving human hair replacements to children at no cost. CWHL’s mission and goals were to never charge a family at a time when they need the most help. After years of intense fund raising, CWHL was able to purchase their first building in 2005. The headquarters resides in South Rockwood, Michigan in an old renovated fire station. Originally, CWHL’s focus was on children fighting cancer, until we found out that there were a lot of other reasons why children lost hair including Alopecia, burns, Trichotillomania and other rare diseases and disorders. To this day, Children With Hair Loss has never charged a child. Currently, they provide a customized human hair replacement and care kit to over 300 children a year.

hairdonor-300x225Help us “Cover Young Heads to Heal Young Hearts.” In order to do so please follow these requirements:

  • Hair should be at least 8 inches in length or longer is preferred.
  • Hair must be clean and dry, pony-tailed and/or braided (this keeps the hair in one direction).
  • Non-chemically treated hair is preferred (but any hair in good condition will be accepted).
  • Gray hair is accepted.

If you can’t cut your hair to help with the cause you make a monetary donation of any amount at anytime! Click here to find out more. Every dollar of your donation goes to creating a custom hair replacement for a child with hair loss. Which helps our mission of “Covering Young Heads to Heal Young Hearts.”

Call us at 512-864-9829 or go to our website to make and appointment and ask for Kenzie!

 

 

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