TODAY I was tickled pink

Nak (the culture of beautiful hair)[1] provided three women (I was one of them) through the Choices program free natural hair extensions, a hair dye and cut, products to maintain and stimulate hair growth and up keep for a year. The TODAY morning show on Channel 9 with the Queensland news correspondent Alison Fletcher ran a three minute interview today on us about the impact of losing hair from breast cancer treatment. The segment was called ‘Hair hope’. I left with a Japanese anime femme fatale look, and I likely give off an edge of cool I don’t have.

Robin Bailey from 97.3FM did before and after interviews too for the Think Pink Week 19-24th July 2010, which raises money for the Choices program. Choices don’t receive government funding so all services run off profits made through fundraising and sale of merchandise

 

 


[1] http://www.nak.net.au

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