Hair cut (trash to treasure)

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CC, that looks great! Will you grow it out again and do the same thing? If you do, you should check out the unconventional hygiene thread about the Curly Girl method of growing longer, healthier hair when you have curly and wavy hair. Guys do it too...you could even call it the Curly Critter method! :gig
Curly Critter, that just might sell :)
 

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CC, that looks great! Will you grow it out again and do the same thing? If you do, you should check out the unconventional hygiene thread about the Curly Girl method of growing longer, healthier hair when you have curly and wavy hair. Guys do it too...you could even call it the Curly Critter method! :gig
Will I grow it out again? Yes absolutely when my next grandkid is born. I've done this for each one of my six grandkids. I get a new grandbaby I stop cutting hair until it gets long enough to donate.

Here is before and after for granddaughter #5 in 2014
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That's such a wonderful way to celebrate the birth of each new grandchild.
 

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Grand daughters came over today and said what happened to your hair paw paw? I had to explain to them that I got it cut and.showed then the hair in the baggie. Then my daughter in law comes to pick them up and said I like your NOT hair paw paw. Clowns... I'm surrounded by clowns!
 

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:love Heartwarming! I've been thinking for ages about cutting my hair shorter and donating what I cut to be turned into a wig or three. This is making me think of it again now. Seeing that girls reaction…
 

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:love Heartwarming! I've been thinking for ages about cutting my hair shorter and donating what I cut to be turned into a wig or three. This is making me think of it again now. Seeing that girls reaction…
I know a ladies hair is important but you really should closely consider donating some of your hair. You'll make some little girl very happy and at a time in her life when she need some happiness the most.

Cancer is horrible and from what I understand it's a huge fight. like I said a girl's hair is important and a wig helps them through the battle :)
 

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I think I can definitely spare some! It's quite thick and when straight (it's naturally curly) reaches the bottom of my rear end. It's getting a bit too long for me now!

I had cancer myself, twice. Thankfully I didn't need chemo and I was so grateful that I didn't have to go through all that, the hair loss included. This could be a good way to give something back...
 
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