Hair today, gone tomorrow

After three and a half years of growing it out, I finally managed to collect enough hair to donate for cancer wigs!

This is my second time donating. The minimum length is 8 inches, and it must be clean and never dyed. For more information on how you can donate your hair, visit this page.

3.5 years of hair growth
3.5 years of hair growth
Ready for the cut
Ready for the cut
Tied up
Tied up
Snip snip
Snip snip
Almost...there...
Almost...there...
Gahh! It's horrible!
Gahh! It's horrible!
My new do.
My new do.

2 thoughts on “Hair today, gone tomorrow

  1. Jennifer Abrams

    That is so awesome Vicki! My son was 3 when he was diagnosed with cancer (4 when he passed away). He was just a bald little guy, but I imagine that for some people, losing your hair when being treated for cancer or due to a disorder would be terrible. I think that programs like this are so wonderful, and that the people who donate have hearts of gold! You look beautiful!

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    1. Vicki Essex

      Very sorry to hear about your son, Jennifer. There isn't a lot I can do, but this is one small thing I'm very happy to do. Thanks!

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