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Leading haircare brand Pantene has today announced the launch of Beautiful Lengths, a campaign in partnership with the charity Look Good Feel Better, to encourage Kiwi women to grow; cut and donate their hair to be turned into real-hair wigs for women undergoing cancer treatment. More than 10,000 women are diagnosed with cancer in New Zealand every year*. By partnering with Look Good Feel Better, a free service dedicated to teaching cancer patients techniques to help restore their appearance during chemotherapy and radiotherapy, Pantene will fund the creation of real-hair wigs by helping women grow beautiful hair to donate. Pantene will work with Look... read full article

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Kiwi Women Called On To Donate Their Hair

I guess the restrictions "To make a donation, your hair must be at least eight inches long, less than 5 per cent grey and cannot be coloured or chemically treated" cut out an awful lot of donors, myself included.

Maybe this is something that should be publicised in schools as lots of girls with long 'virgin' hair have it cut as they get older. It's a great cause. I met a friend of mine who recently underwent chemo and I hate to say it, but her wig looks much better than her real hair had!

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Their hairstyle looks much, much beautiful as I personally feel. I've tried out several ombre wigs and those feel like they're all just so good. This contribution would do everyone good.

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Their hairstyle looks much, much beautiful as I personally feel. I've tried out several ombre wigs and those feel like they're all just so good. This contribution would do everyone good.

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