Good for you! Where's the “after” picture? Or is that the incognito part? (Saw your Tweet!) I would love to donate hair, but mine can't seem to grow past my shoulders, so clearly I would never qualify. Well someone will certainly be lucky to get your lovely tresses. 🙂
This must be something like “Locks of Love.” Some girl or woman will be very lucky to get your lovely auburn locks. Did you have to cut off at least 10 inches? I know a couple of kids who did this. What a great thing to do!
sheswrite – The after picture(s) will come tomorrow. I have a good reason for waiting, promise 🙂
Amanda – Thanks! I think I need to get new business cards now. No one is recognizing me here!
Susie – That was my reaction when I was done. Not sure it was a good “wow” but it was definitely a wow!
Patty – It depends on who you donate to in terms of how long it needs to be. Some are 8″, some are 10″ and some want 12″ or more. When I do tomorrow's post, I'll link up to some of the donation places with their requirements.
Brandie – Me, too – two years ago July, I think? It's such a different feeling, especially trying to shampoo it!
Pat – Yep, Locks of Love is very similar but does only for kids (as do most), but Pantene makes wigs for adults, which I love.
blueviolet – It's so little TO do though… my hair grows, I've been putting it in a ponytail most days, ergo it's time to chop it!
Unknown Mami – I don't know about that, but I'll take it 🙂
Karen – Thanks. I sorta like it, too… And after will come, promise.
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