Nak (the culture of beautiful hair) 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
You look so spunky, Josie. Great video. And yes, very Chrissie Hynde. If that’s how you spell it. Good to see you looking so well. love x