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MyNewHair Forms New Charity Relationship

MyNewHair Forms New Charity Relationship
Rebecca Parker

mynewhair has proudly joined forces with the only international cancer support charity. Both charities have come together thanks to their commitment to helping those affected by cancer look and feel better.

About The Charity

The national charity, mynewhair, was founded and inspired by professional stylist Trevor Sorbie MBE, and provides advice and support to anyone who has experienced medical hair loss, and has a national support network of independent salons and trained hair professionals who provide a wig-customisation service for their clients.

About Look Good Feel Better

LGFB provides practical support for women and teenagers struggling with the visible side effect of cancer treatment. The charity offers free skincare and make-up workshops and masterclasses all over the UK for people undergoing treatment for any type of cancer. The two-hour sessions are led by trained beauty volunteers, who share tips and techniques to help with eyebrow and eyelash loss and changes to the skin.

The New Relationship

The new relationship between the two charities will involve signposting to services and mutual promotion via websites and social media. Trevor Sorbie MBE, founder of mynewhair, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have established this exciting new relationship with Look Good Feel Better. They are a charity who share our core values and like mynewhair want to help those affected by cancer to feel confident, proud and beautiful.

Who Can Help?

Anyone who is part of mynewhair’s national support network of independent salons with skincare/make-up experience will be given the opportunity to be involved with the LGFB programme of workshops and masterclasses in the future. 

You can find out more about either charity, by visiting LookGoodFeelBetter here, or MyNewhair here