Locks of Love, What Might That Be?
October 15, 2013By Lucero Cuevas of South Houston High School
October is here, where organizations come together to fight off cancer. Pasadena Independent School District’s Cosmetology Program is organizing a charity where people can donate hair for people in U.S and Canada that are financially disadvantaged. This will be for teens and young adults under the age of 21 that have been suffering from long term medical hair loss. This will be taken place at J. Frank Dobie High School. Make a wonderful kid feel beautiful, handsome, make a smile appear like magic on their face; let them know that there is a “somebody” out there that wants to see them glow with happiness.
There are young people out there that don’t feel beautiful only because they don’t have hair, but the honest truth, it doesn’t matter how you look in the outside, and your inner beauty is all that truly matters. If a piece of hair would make them feel beautiful then why not give it to them, when they really don’t ask for much.
Please make an appointment by:
Amy Tunay or Mary Bowman
713-740-0370 EXT: 77089
J. Frank Dobie High School
10220 Blackhawk Blvd.
October 18, 2013
1:00pm to 3:00pm
Need hair 10 inches from scalp in the minimum length needed for a hairpiece. Hair must put in a ponytail and then braid before cutting.
No bleached hair but colored or perm hair is accepted.
Curly hair may be pulled straight to measure the minimum 10 inches.
Dreadlocks, wigs, falls, hair extensions or synthetic hair won’t be accepted.