Voodou and Rebecca Roe support the Little Princess Trust

Voodou and Rebecca Roe support the Little Princess Trust

It’s hair today and gone tomorrow for Rebecca Roe
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Local Liverpool girl Rebecca Roe is only 5 years old, and has decided to cut off over 10 inches of
her hair for Little Princess Trust. “Little Princess Trust provides real-hair wigs to boys and girls across the UK and Ireland that have sadly lost their own hair through cancer treatment. Here at Voodou we were more than happy to help, and we were really inspired by Rebecca’s bravery!”

rebecca-roe-hair-charityThe lovely Rebecca and one of our stylists Katie Devereaux before the hair cut!

“I’m cutting my hair for Little Princess Trust because It will help children who have lost their hair”  – Rebecca Roe, Chorley, 5 years old

Rebecca popped into our Voodou Colour Specialist salon to get her hair cut for the fund-raising event, she has amazingly broken her initial target of £350 and has raised just over £400 for the charity! She’s already had 53 donations and is looking for more people to sponsor her, and support the Little Princess Trust even more! 

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Katie cuts off over 12 inches of Rebecca’s hair! Amazing.

 If you are touched by Rebecca Roe’s story then you can always sponsor her by visiting http://www.justgiving.com/Rebecca-Roev 

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A proud Rebecca showing her new look! 

What Katie had to say

katie“Rebecca was so hyper-active when she came into the salon! She was really excited to be getting her hair cut off for charity! She was really polite and well mannered for such a young girl, she wanted to feel girly so Chloe one of our Beauty Therapists did her nails and put glitter on them, and she left all of the staff with a smile on their faces for the rest of the day! Such an inspirational young girl!” 
– Katie Devereaux, Stylist at Voodou Colour Centre

 

 

If you require further information about Little Princess Trust then why not visit their website, or if you are thinking about doing something similar all the relevant information is found here – http://www.littleprincesses.org.uk/