Sometimes, we tend to be so busy with our own issues we forget how others have it even worst! Imagine going through these nerve-wracking, painful treatment at the same time losing your hair? Imagine how these young children feel?
Thanks to my Matrix Family (I am so proud to be an Ambassador for this brand) as they took the initiative to gather hairdressers and Filipino women to make a difference with the Matrix 8-Inch Cut for Cancer Challenge.
When I got an invite to give 8-inches of my hair, my mind says yes but my hair says "excuse me, you don't have enough of me!" I wished I have really long hair as I wouldn't mind chopping it off! But that didn't stop me from helping in my own tiny ways! Thank you Matrix Philippines for inviting me to be part of this important shoot to help spread the word to other Filipinas out there!
I shared my makeup expertise to prettify a beautiful Blogger friend, Jackie Go, one of the Project Ambassador.
Jackie Before and After Shoot
Left - So pretty even without makeup.
Center - After makeup
Right - She looks even more radiant with short hair, a genuine smile that says: "My 8-inch hair can make someone happy!"
And now, I am hoping there will be more women out there, aside from Maxene Magalona and Jackie Go to help Filipino Children live with confidence and expression! Dare to make a difference this coming October 25, 2014 at The Block, 2nd Floor, SM City North EDSA by donating 8 inches of YOUR hair for the Benefit of Filipino Children with Cancer.
I hope you are ready to take the challenge! If just like me, you don't have enough hair to donate, you can still help out by clicking the SHARE buttons below (via Twitter, Facebook, Google +).
For more information and to register for the Matrix 8-Inch Cut for Cancer Challenge, please visit www.matrixchairsofchangeph.com.
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