For more than 20 years, Amanda Golding’s glossy mane of hair was her crowning glory. Her thick, naturally blonde locks had always drawn compliments and her partner Kevin loved it when she wore it loose and flowing down to her waist. But in December last year Amanda made the momentous decision to have it all chopped off. But it was not because she’d been through a life-changing event or because she was about to lose it to chemotherapy. Amanda needed the money she could make from selling it to buy Christmas gifts for her sons Isaac, four, and Kaleb, two.
The women selling their hair to help pay the bills: Demand for extensions fuels a very unlikely British cottage industry
- 10 Apr, 2012