Hair donation requirements

Gift your Hair!

Gift your Hair!

The Little Princesses Trust sets the requirements for hair donation and so full details can be seen here:    http://www.littleprincesses.org.uk/fundraising/sponsored-hair-cut/

Here is a summary of the requirements:

Suitable hair types are:

  • Clean hair in good condition from males and females, and of any colour
  • Straight
  • Curly
  • Containing the odd grey (less than 10%)
  • Coloured, bleached/highlighted
  • Layered (as long as the shortest length is still of the required minimum 7″/17cm)

Unsuitable hair for children’s wigs:

  • Hair that is less than 7”/17cm in donation length
  • Largely/mostly grey hair
  • Permed or chemically straightened hair
  • Afro
  • Dreadlocks
  • Hair extensions (used or unused)
  • Old plaits or pony-tails, cut a long time ago

Hair should be cut in a ponytail or plait like the picture below:

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6 thoughts on “Hair donation requirements

    1. mrsmyagi Post author

      Hi Meena

      Yes you could donate it, when the hair is donated it is tied in a ponytail and secured at both ends so any parts that weren’t long enough just wouldn’t stay in the ponytail if that makes sense!

      Thanks

      Ruth

      Reply
  1. Anna

    Hi, I just registered to donate about 25 cm of my hair. Should I do it on the fair, or just go to the hairdresser, secure it and bring it there? Thanks

    Reply
    1. mrsmyagi Post author

      Hi Anna, actually we are now full at the fair (I just logged on to change the form to say that!!), so if you could get it cut at your hairdresser and bring it that would be great, as long as it is within a week of the fair please.
      Thanks, Ruth

      Reply

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