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Montrose Hairdresser cuts her locks for charity

Amy Evans who had 15 inches of her hair cut off for charity with her boss Karisa Elder who cut it

Amy Evans who had 15 inches of her hair cut off for charity with her boss Karisa Elder who cut it

A Kind-hearted hairdresser from Montrose had her long locks cut off for it to be made into wigs for children suffering from cancer.

Amy Evans (22) had 15 inches off her hair chopped off at the Eclipse Hair Studio where she works to donate to the Little Princess
Trust.

The charity provides real-hair wigs to girls and boys across the UK and Ireland who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment.

Miss Evans, of Commerce Street, said: “My hair was right down to my belly button.

“People have made comments about my hair that it is really long and thick.

“It was getting too much for me to manage all the time, so I looked into donating it to a charity.”

Her boss, Karisa Elder, owner of the hair salon on John Street, cut off Miss Evan’s hair last Wednesday (March 12).

Miss Evans said she would like to thank her boss for supporting her and cutting off her hair.

One wig costs £350 for The Little Princess Trust to make, and as well as the 15 inches of her hair, Miss Evans has also raised £487 to donate to the charity.

 

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