Jessica Banov with her hair after it’s been cut on Aug. 27, 2016. She decided to grow her normally short hair to donate after her sister died of cervical cancer. It will go to Pantene Beautiful Lengths, which makes wigs for women with cancer.
Jessica Banov with her hair after it’s been cut on Aug. 27, 2016. She decided to grow her normally short hair to donate after her sister died of cervical cancer. It will go to Pantene Beautiful Lengths, which makes wigs for women with cancer. DAVID ETCHISON
Jessica Banov with her hair after it’s been cut on Aug. 27, 2016. She decided to grow her normally short hair to donate after her sister died of cervical cancer. It will go to Pantene Beautiful Lengths, which makes wigs for women with cancer. DAVID ETCHISON

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