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Aug 2, 2009

Bad Hair Day 2009

Bad Hair Day urges the UK to be brave for one day of the year, September 29th, and go out into the world with Bad Hair in an effort to raise awareness for Alopecia.

Bad Hair Day is the first national day of awareness for the condition Alopecia.

Taking place during Alopecia Awareness Month, September 29th will
see thousands of people in the UK forget their daily routine of styling
their hair in the morning and go out into the world with Bad Hair.

The campaign is brought to you by Yorkshire PR firm, Raw Sunshine,
where the inspiration came about in response to a personal
experience with the condition.

How we as human beings wear our hair is representative of our
individuality, our personality, and ultimately our identity. How would
you feel if that was taken away from you?

By participating in a Bad Hair Day, you are helping to raise awareness
for Alopecia - thinking about those who do not have the option to
style their hair in the morning, those of us who the term 'bad hair day'
means something a lot more personal and emotional.

So, put down the hairbrush, walk away from the wax, and drop those
GHD's for BHD 2009 - do you dare to have bad hair?

Visit the Bad Hair Day Website


Category: Alopecia News
Posted by: Michelle Chapman

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