FOUR women will lose their locks this month to donate them to the brave women that battle cancer.
As part of the Pantene Beautiful Lengths Campaign, Amanda Dean, Bonnie Smith, Pamela Bethell and Tanya Heaton will put their hair to the chop and donate it to the initiative.
The initiative supports women with cancer by providing free real-hair wigs to those who have lost their hair because of their chemotherapy treatment.
Ms Dean said the minimum length of a ponytail had to be 20 centimetres.
“I accidentally grew my hair, and my sister got cancer so I was keen to donate it in some way,” Ms Dean said.
The initiative started in September 2012 and has collected 5000 ponytails.
Hairdresser Nicole van Berkel has been given the honour of making the cut and believes the hair donated by the girls will be worth thousands of dollars.
“I’ve done a few ‘Shave for a Cure’s but this is the first Beautiful Lengths cut I’ve done,” Ms van Berkel said.
To get involved or to donate visit beautifullengths.com.au