I have a big family, and we all love to get together to catch up, laugh, and eat —
Great memories are always made.
Today, we met up for a barbecue, where the kids could run around and play; and the adults could stroll around the beautiful lake and catch up on all the latests. One of my aunties was telling everyone about how she’d been growing her (gorgeous) hair out with the intention of donating it to an organization that makes wigs for cancer patients who’ve lost their hair. I’ve donated my hair to Locks of Love before (so has my older brother), so I was really excited about the idea. Jokingly, I told her,
“I can cut your hair. I have scissors in my car!”
She was game, so I ended up giving her a great lob right in the park (haha – talk about a great memory!)
My aunt is a brilliant engineer with three sons ranging from ~8 to 17 years of age, and she doesn’t have much time for herself. So she needed something that ideally would still be able to be pulled back into a ponytail. I decided to go with a shoulder-length lob because I think it was the perfect balance of easy and stylish for an on-the-go working mother like her. Check out the before and after photos below and let me know what you think!
Also, here are some resources for organizations that accept hair donations from 8 inches to 12 inches: