Even though we are already into the middle of October I still feel it is important to share this and there is still plenty of time to get your hands on your own Great Lengths Pink hair extension to show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Great Lengths, in conjunction with the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA), is donating the profit from the sales of our pink hair extensions for the month of October. Show your support by adding some pink. The Pink extension will cost R100.00.
Visit one of over 250 Great Lengths partner salons countrywide to have your Pink Extensions installed. It takes less than 5 minutes, can stay in your hair for up to 2 months and is easily removed. 
For more information visit www.greatlengths.co.za or call (011) 326-1525
Gorgeous Miss SA Melinda Bam showing her support

Comments

  1. oh noooo I love pink extensions, but don’t want people to think I’m doing it for breast cancer awareness, argh so annoying they are doing this! Now lots of people will have them :/

    Everyone knows you can get breast cancer, why must there be a month of “Awareness” it’s retarded!!!!
    I’m gonna make December “Skin cancer awareness” month because there must be one person out there who doesn’t know about using sunblock….

    -Chantal.

  2. Wauw what a great post! We should all support the fight against Breast cancer, and what is she pretty!

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  3. Great cause to fight for!

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  4. Chantal- Although everyone may know about breast cancer, awareness helps to raise funds for research in the fight of cancer. Also those who have lost someone special are able to honour their loved ones by showing their support with their extensions.

  5. She looks amazing!

    LUXESSED

  6. http://www.cancerfightingstrategies.com/print.html

    Some human beings are just genetically predisposed to cancer, also modern diet is filled with hormones, pesiticides etc, people want a quick “cure” for cancer, but they should examine why they got cancer in the first place and use naturally available remedies. I would encourage you and others to read the paper under the link that I pasted, I really believe in it. People are too absorbed by looking to western medicine and medical science to find a cure, when it is possible to already cure cancer. Also, there are soooo many types of cancer, why not just have cancer awareness month, why just focus on breast cancer.

    Anyways I still stand by my point that now every loser will have pink hair extensions, hopping on board like sheep. I’ll have to go blue for a while.

    -Chantal

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