Hair Today, Gone tomorrow. Going bald (in a more creative way) for charity.

By Ngaire Jermaine

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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow. Going Bald (in A More Creative Way) For Charity.

Project 2016-09-21 13:39:57 +1200

Just shaving your head and going immediately from hairy to bald is a bit passe these days, so I want to take it up a notch by going from "nice hair" to "wow..." to "what?" to "cool!" to bald to "what IS that?" in several steps, via the creative talents of hairdressers, barbers, make-up artists and face & body artists.  

I will have photos taken of each step and it will then be turned into a calendar for 2017.  Pledgers choose which size calendar they want.

I'll update you from time to time, if I can, but only teaser pics only of each design will be loaded for view, so no one can right-click-and-save the full image!

The proceeds will be split 50/50 between Eleanor Findlay (a good friend whose cancer has returned and is currently undergoing chemotherapy- see www.givealittle.co.nz/cause/supportforeleanor) and The Cancer Society of NZ.

The cover photo has already been taken and I plan to kick of the first couple of designs late October or the first week of November, and will have my dome shaved on the afternoon of November the 6th - my 46th birthday!  As soon as that's done it'll be followed by the first paint & prosthetic design done by Yolanda Bartrum from Bodyfx.  

At this stage the head shave and first design will be done at Bodyfx's studio in Kingsland.  I really don't know if any of you would be interested in coming along and watching this process, but I've added this as an option (at a cost so I can provide refreshments) and if we get too many for the studio then we'll find another venue.  Birthday cake and a show anyone?

I aim to have all the weirdness over and done with by the end of the 3rd week of November (I don't want to keep having to shave my head for designs for too long!) and the aim is to have the calendars printed and posted out (or collected if you can) mid-December.  In time for Christmas!

 

I will post on here, at the end, all the calculations and be totally transparent with all costs involved.  There will be printing costs, envelopes and postage for the calendars (pick-ups welcomed by arrangement), refreshments will be provided at no more than $10pp attending the "cake and show" option, and depending on the numbers of calendars sold.  

Too often professionals in the creative arts are undervalued, and although they have all agreed to donate their time to this project,  I would like to be able to give a koha to each of the participating artists and photographers to partly recompense them for their products, talent and time.  This amount will depend on the final tally of calendars etc sold and the amount of product/time used by the artist, but it will still only be a fraction of what they would ordinarily charge, so as to not take away from the recipients too much.  This is to acknowledge that there would be no calendar without their input.

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Updates 9

FINANCES - where it went.

27/02/2017 at 8:49 PM

Hi folks,

I finally got the invoice from KMG printing and so was able to finalise the finances. This is where it went (the amounts with no words beside them are subtotals):

pledges made  $           1,335.00
credit card fees  $              (41.63)
admin fees  $              (66.75)
   $           1,226.62
further sales  $               60.00
   $           1,286.62
calendar cost  $             (618.70)
P&P costs  $              (62.90)
interest  $                 0.09
   $              605.11
Eleanor  $             (305.11)
Cancer Society  $             (300.00)
   $                    -  

So we got in $1335 total through Pledgeme, from 39 pledgers (you beauties!) and from that was deducted $41.63 for credit card fees and $66.75 for Pledgeme's admin fees.  I sold 3 more calendars at $20 each and spent $62.90 on prepaid envelopes and courier bags to distribute the calendars sold.  

The printing totalled $618.70 and the amount earned 9 cents from sitting in the bank (wow).  This left $605.11.  I have transferred $305.11 to Eleanor - which has gone into her Give-a-Little bank account and she is using this money just for things that contribute to her recovery from cancer.  $300 has been transferred to the Cancer Society of NZ Auckland branch and they say a huge thank you to all of you and wanted me to thank the amazing artists who decorated my dome too.

I have sent a calendar, with a friend of a friend who has not long finished chemotherapy in Wellington, back with him and he is going to gift it to the chemo ward to put on the wall and add a bit of colour and maybe inspiration.  He was very moved with the calendar and had nothing but praise for everyone who added to it.

I will also be sending a calendar to the Auckland branch of Cancer Society for them to put in their waiting room.  We still have a few CD-case desk calendars available to purchase, and a few A4-size wall calendars too.  These are currently at Bodyfx if anyone is keen to buy another one.  The Cancer Society also asked if there were any more to buy.  Whoever ends up buying these, the proceeds from them will go straight to the Cancer Society, as they are sold.  I have also suggested to the Cancer Society that if they wish to do another print run for a 2018 calendar they are welcome to use the images, and can save themselves some money by using the same printers as there won't be set-up costs if they use the same format.  I'll update you if that happens.  :)  But for now - over and out!

I hope you are loving your calendars!

10/02/2017 at 4:05 PM

Hi folks,

all bar a couple of people should have their calendars by now - thank you for your patience!

Those of you who received your CD desk calendar in their letterbox and are wondering how to turn it into a desk calendar... just detach the base from the lid, turn the base over and reattach it.  It will then stand up to dispay the calendar.

 

cheers,

 

Ngaire.

sorry for the delay!

28/01/2017 at 11:34 PM

Hi folks, sorry for the radio-silence lately.  There has been much to-ing and fro-ing with the printers to get it just right (and they had holidays too) and I'm glad I made the call to have the calendars start from February or we'd have had an entirely useless page already.  They are either being printed or have been printed and I'm expecting them to arrive any day now.  Most of you will receive your calendars in the first week of Feb, so please accept my apologies for the delay and for not having been able to deliver them prior to the fist date on the calendar, but I hope you'll forgive me when you see how great they are!

Update on printing

21/12/2016 at 10:47 PM

Hi folks, I just wanted to update you about where we are at with the calendars.  Due to things taking a bit longer than anticipated to get finished photos back and everyone's workloads, and the final set-up of the calendars still being fine-tuned at the printers, I've made the call to start the calendar from February so there's not a wasted month, by the time I get the calendars back from the printers and get them to you.  So it will start on Feb 1st 2017 and finish on January 31st 2018.

Once this has been done I'll load another update to account for all the costs and advise how much has been donated to the end causes.  Have a safe and merry Christmas and New Year, and I'll get your calendars to you next month.

 

OMG, we're nearly done! Only hours left of Pledgeme time...

21/11/2016 at 10:49 PM

It's been a whirlwind lately - so many photoshoots of amazing painted designs by generous artists who gave up their time and materials and I haven't been able to keep up with updates for them all.

There are only a few hours left of the Pledgeme fundraiser, and I'm so stoked and relieved that we met our target and then some.  I want to thank everyone who pledged - I think your credit cards will be charged for it in a day or two - and everyone who contributed to this project.  The artists, the photographers, the ideas people, the families who gave up their people for a while to allow them time to do this, including my very patient daughter who has been just incredible through this whole journey.  Thank goodness she hasn't been embarrassed at any stage to be seen with me - in fact she's been more likely to drag someone I don't know over and say "Mum, show so-and-so your bald head!"

If you wanted to buy a calendar, but procrastinated too long to get one through this page, you might have a chance of squeezing in an order if you contact me through the Colour Kids Face Painting Facebook page, but no promises.  hard work is currently being done on the images in preparation and I hope to have the calendar designed and being printed by the end of the first week of next month.

A big shout out to the artists and photographers (in no particular order): Anita Millar, Monica Cunningham, Alicia Sim, Carole TeBay, Yolanda Bartrum, Peter Wimmer, Julian Bartrum, Paul Adriaanse, Michael Tevaga, Sonya Graham-Cooper, Melissa Duffy, Samantha Fernandes, Pamela Moore, Emily Walker, Vanessa Lacassie, Kerry Howard, Christine Nieuwoudt and Jess Drummond.  God help me if I left anyone off...

Here are some of the "sneak peeks"

It happened - I went bald!

07/11/2016 at 9:33 PM

My birthday was busy, tiring, weird, great and very memorable!  Yesterday afternoon I had my remaining hair shaved off by clippers then cut-throat razor by Paul Adriaanse, who did a great job of not cutting me (thank you) yet gave me a super-close shave.  I'm not sure I was even this bald when born.

Then Yolanda Bartrum (Bodyfx) did an amazingly elaborate paint design on me and lined me up with a backdrop painted to complement the design - it's all very clever and you really ought to either buy a calendar or a print of it to see the full majesty of her art.  Here's a teaser peak...

I've been geting to know my own head in the last 24 hours and am pleased with the shape (phew), mystified by a straight dent (what did I hit my head on and when?) and surprised by how much heat my head puts out, which was somehow masked with hair.

Sadly, as much as I liked the look of my eyelash extensions, I've had nothing but trouble with them and I had to remove them tonight.  I won't be going back to the same place, but will try somewhere else for a fresh set - hopefully with better glue I don't react to and won't crumble in my eyes!

 

Thanks so much to all the artists, friends and family (including my awesome daughter who has been just SO cool about all this) who have supported me thus far.  I really appreciate all the birthday wishes, compliments on my dome and messages of support - you guys ROCK.

2nd crazy hairdo done!

01/11/2016 at 10:58 PM

Hi folks, yesterday I went back to Michael at Hairmasters for the next shaved design in the plan.  I had a vague idea of either korus or a silver fern shape and asked for "something organic and pretty rather than chunky".  He studied the side of my head and decided a cuple of designs wouldn't work, and then came up with THIS design that I simply love.  He's truly an artist.

I'm using hardly any shampoo now, no conditioner and no longer need a separate towel for my hair!  LOL

We are past the halfway mark for meeting the target of $1000 and have just 19 days left.  PLEASE share this project with others and encourage them to pledge ANY amount - it all goes towards getting us over the finish line.  It's important to know that if we don't make the $1000 threshhold then NO money comes in from the credit cards.  And we don't want that.

 

Next stage is the rest of my hair is coming off on Sunday!  Tee hee!

Michael & I

Korus

First crazy hairdo down!

22/10/2016 at 11:10 PM

So it kicked off in ernest today!  I must admit to feeling a bit apprehensive yesterday... the day came up really fast!  As I sat in the barber chair and the first buzz of the clippers took my hair off I did think "oh my God, what am I doing?" but I'm super-pleased with the end result that Michael Tevaga from Hair Masters created.  

I whipped out the heavy duty makeup and headed off to Titirangi to be photographed by Melissa from Flutterby Photography and she took so many great pics in such a short time - she really knows her craft!  Here is a pic of the final result... but we were mucking about a bit here - this is NOT the final pic to be used in the calendar.Punky McPunkface

Cover photo shoot done!

10/10/2016 at 10:42 PM

So my daughter and I went, with student photographer Jess Drummond, to Ollie's Icecream Bar in Royal Oak yesterday and took some snaps, including the cover photo for the calendar.  I've long loved the vintage look and decided on this for the cover as I won't have enough hair for victory rolls again for quite some time!girl talk

    Pledgers 39

    Mel Chambers
    2016-11-22 10:34:19 +1300

    "Love your ways lady!"

    Ngaire Jermaine
    2016-11-21 23:13:22 +1300

    "On behalf of Martin & Sue"

    Anonymous pledger
    2016-11-21 19:27:42 +1300
    Lisa Payne
    2016-11-21 06:24:49 +1300

    "So proud of you! You're an amazing human xoxo "

    Mark Turner
    2016-11-10 13:42:37 +1300

    "Well done Ngaire. A great cause and a very clever idea."

    Ngaire Jermaine
    2016-11-10 06:19:10 +1300
    [email protected]
    2016-11-09 12:12:00 +1300
    S Henare
    2016-11-07 22:28:11 +1300
    Tricia Rayls
    2016-11-07 19:57:49 +1300
    Ngaire Jermaine
    2016-11-07 19:49:48 +1300

    "On behalf of Kevin Pilbrow, on the proviso I wear "Kevin is awesome" painted on the back of my head for all of tomorrow."

    Ngaire Jermaine
    2016-11-07 19:47:50 +1300

    "Travelcorp's morning tea (+online pledges). Special shout-out to New world Birkenhead for their generous donation to help feed the crew."

    Chelsea Roberts
    2016-11-07 17:03:37 +1300

    "Amazing job Ngaire - You're so brave shaving your head!! "

    Gordon Gillan
    2016-11-07 11:31:19 +1300

    "Awesome effort Ngaire, best wishes for the fundraising"

    Dianne
    2016-11-07 11:18:29 +1300

    "Well done Ngaire!"

    Anonymous pledger
    2016-11-07 11:10:40 +1300
    Beth Stapleton
    2016-11-07 10:37:12 +1300
    Beth Stapleton
    2016-11-07 10:35:26 +1300

    "Very awesome Ngaire, I hope this succeeds for you."

    Vanessa Lacassie
    2016-11-07 09:43:00 +1300

    "Well done Ngaire, this is an amazing adventure for a great cause!"

    Lisa Mcliver
    2016-11-05 09:50:43 +1300

    "This one's for the kiddies"

    Lisa Mcliver
    2016-11-05 09:49:09 +1300
    Ngaire Jermaine
    2016-11-04 19:10:03 +1300

    "In lieu of payment to Bodyfx for turning me into a fairy. :)"

    Cathie
    2016-11-04 12:31:18 +1300
    Denise Montgomery
    2016-11-01 07:35:10 +1300

    "Good luck ... Hope you hit your target and beyond for this good cause. "

    Anonymous pledger
    2016-10-29 11:27:06 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2016-10-28 21:01:19 +1300

    "From the McDonald family. xxxx"

    Nicole Wason
    2016-10-28 11:25:26 +1300

    "I love your commitment to helping others. You are a star. "

    Shay Ridley
    2016-10-28 06:34:25 +1300

    "you are AWESOME!!"

    Carol TeBay
    2016-10-27 22:22:59 +1300
    Anna Condon
    2016-10-27 21:55:37 +1300
    Anita Lyn
    2016-10-27 21:52:21 +1300

    "Good on ya girl! Am looking forward to embellishing your dome :)"

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    Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow. Going Bald (in A More Creative Way) For Charity.

    Project 2016-09-21 13:39:57 +1200

    Just shaving your head and going immediately from hairy to bald is a bit passe these days, so I want to take it up a notch by going from "nice hair" to "wow..." to "what?" to "cool!" to bald to "what IS that?" in several steps, via the creative talents of hairdressers, barbers, make-up artists and face & body artists.  

    I will have photos taken of each step and it will then be turned into a calendar for 2017.  Pledgers choose which size calendar they want.

    I'll update you from time to time, if I can, but only teaser pics only of each design will be loaded for view, so no one can right-click-and-save the full image!

    The proceeds will be split 50/50 between Eleanor Findlay (a good friend whose cancer has returned and is currently undergoing chemotherapy- see www.givealittle.co.nz/cause/supportforeleanor) and The Cancer Society of NZ.

    The cover photo has already been taken and I plan to kick of the first couple of designs late October or the first week of November, and will have my dome shaved on the afternoon of November the 6th - my 46th birthday!  As soon as that's done it'll be followed by the first paint & prosthetic design done by Yolanda Bartrum from Bodyfx.  

    At this stage the head shave and first design will be done at Bodyfx's studio in Kingsland.  I really don't know if any of you would be interested in coming along and watching this process, but I've added this as an option (at a cost so I can provide refreshments) and if we get too many for the studio then we'll find another venue.  Birthday cake and a show anyone?

    I aim to have all the weirdness over and done with by the end of the 3rd week of November (I don't want to keep having to shave my head for designs for too long!) and the aim is to have the calendars printed and posted out (or collected if you can) mid-December.  In time for Christmas!

     

    I will post on here, at the end, all the calculations and be totally transparent with all costs involved.  There will be printing costs, envelopes and postage for the calendars (pick-ups welcomed by arrangement), refreshments will be provided at no more than $10pp attending the "cake and show" option, and depending on the numbers of calendars sold.  

    Too often professionals in the creative arts are undervalued, and although they have all agreed to donate their time to this project,  I would like to be able to give a koha to each of the participating artists and photographers to partly recompense them for their products, talent and time.  This amount will depend on the final tally of calendars etc sold and the amount of product/time used by the artist, but it will still only be a fraction of what they would ordinarily charge, so as to not take away from the recipients too much.  This is to acknowledge that there would be no calendar without their input.

    Comments

    FINANCES - where it went.

    27/02/2017 at 8:49 PM

    Hi folks,

    I finally got the invoice from KMG printing and so was able to finalise the finances. This is where it went (the amounts with no words beside them are subtotals):

    pledges made  $           1,335.00
    credit card fees  $              (41.63)
    admin fees  $              (66.75)
       $           1,226.62
    further sales  $               60.00
       $           1,286.62
    calendar cost  $             (618.70)
    P&P costs  $              (62.90)
    interest  $                 0.09
       $              605.11
    Eleanor  $             (305.11)
    Cancer Society  $             (300.00)
       $                    -  

    So we got in $1335 total through Pledgeme, from 39 pledgers (you beauties!) and from that was deducted $41.63 for credit card fees and $66.75 for Pledgeme's admin fees.  I sold 3 more calendars at $20 each and spent $62.90 on prepaid envelopes and courier bags to distribute the calendars sold.  

    The printing totalled $618.70 and the amount earned 9 cents from sitting in the bank (wow).  This left $605.11.  I have transferred $305.11 to Eleanor - which has gone into her Give-a-Little bank account and she is using this money just for things that contribute to her recovery from cancer.  $300 has been transferred to the Cancer Society of NZ Auckland branch and they say a huge thank you to all of you and wanted me to thank the amazing artists who decorated my dome too.

    I have sent a calendar, with a friend of a friend who has not long finished chemotherapy in Wellington, back with him and he is going to gift it to the chemo ward to put on the wall and add a bit of colour and maybe inspiration.  He was very moved with the calendar and had nothing but praise for everyone who added to it.

    I will also be sending a calendar to the Auckland branch of Cancer Society for them to put in their waiting room.  We still have a few CD-case desk calendars available to purchase, and a few A4-size wall calendars too.  These are currently at Bodyfx if anyone is keen to buy another one.  The Cancer Society also asked if there were any more to buy.  Whoever ends up buying these, the proceeds from them will go straight to the Cancer Society, as they are sold.  I have also suggested to the Cancer Society that if they wish to do another print run for a 2018 calendar they are welcome to use the images, and can save themselves some money by using the same printers as there won't be set-up costs if they use the same format.  I'll update you if that happens.  :)  But for now - over and out!

    I hope you are loving your calendars!

    10/02/2017 at 4:05 PM

    Hi folks,

    all bar a couple of people should have their calendars by now - thank you for your patience!

    Those of you who received your CD desk calendar in their letterbox and are wondering how to turn it into a desk calendar... just detach the base from the lid, turn the base over and reattach it.  It will then stand up to dispay the calendar.

     

    cheers,

     

    Ngaire.

    sorry for the delay!

    28/01/2017 at 11:34 PM

    Hi folks, sorry for the radio-silence lately.  There has been much to-ing and fro-ing with the printers to get it just right (and they had holidays too) and I'm glad I made the call to have the calendars start from February or we'd have had an entirely useless page already.  They are either being printed or have been printed and I'm expecting them to arrive any day now.  Most of you will receive your calendars in the first week of Feb, so please accept my apologies for the delay and for not having been able to deliver them prior to the fist date on the calendar, but I hope you'll forgive me when you see how great they are!

    Update on printing

    21/12/2016 at 10:47 PM

    Hi folks, I just wanted to update you about where we are at with the calendars.  Due to things taking a bit longer than anticipated to get finished photos back and everyone's workloads, and the final set-up of the calendars still being fine-tuned at the printers, I've made the call to start the calendar from February so there's not a wasted month, by the time I get the calendars back from the printers and get them to you.  So it will start on Feb 1st 2017 and finish on January 31st 2018.

    Once this has been done I'll load another update to account for all the costs and advise how much has been donated to the end causes.  Have a safe and merry Christmas and New Year, and I'll get your calendars to you next month.

     

    OMG, we're nearly done! Only hours left of Pledgeme time...

    21/11/2016 at 10:49 PM

    It's been a whirlwind lately - so many photoshoots of amazing painted designs by generous artists who gave up their time and materials and I haven't been able to keep up with updates for them all.

    There are only a few hours left of the Pledgeme fundraiser, and I'm so stoked and relieved that we met our target and then some.  I want to thank everyone who pledged - I think your credit cards will be charged for it in a day or two - and everyone who contributed to this project.  The artists, the photographers, the ideas people, the families who gave up their people for a while to allow them time to do this, including my very patient daughter who has been just incredible through this whole journey.  Thank goodness she hasn't been embarrassed at any stage to be seen with me - in fact she's been more likely to drag someone I don't know over and say "Mum, show so-and-so your bald head!"

    If you wanted to buy a calendar, but procrastinated too long to get one through this page, you might have a chance of squeezing in an order if you contact me through the Colour Kids Face Painting Facebook page, but no promises.  hard work is currently being done on the images in preparation and I hope to have the calendar designed and being printed by the end of the first week of next month.

    A big shout out to the artists and photographers (in no particular order): Anita Millar, Monica Cunningham, Alicia Sim, Carole TeBay, Yolanda Bartrum, Peter Wimmer, Julian Bartrum, Paul Adriaanse, Michael Tevaga, Sonya Graham-Cooper, Melissa Duffy, Samantha Fernandes, Pamela Moore, Emily Walker, Vanessa Lacassie, Kerry Howard, Christine Nieuwoudt and Jess Drummond.  God help me if I left anyone off...

    Here are some of the "sneak peeks"

    It happened - I went bald!

    07/11/2016 at 9:33 PM

    My birthday was busy, tiring, weird, great and very memorable!  Yesterday afternoon I had my remaining hair shaved off by clippers then cut-throat razor by Paul Adriaanse, who did a great job of not cutting me (thank you) yet gave me a super-close shave.  I'm not sure I was even this bald when born.

    Then Yolanda Bartrum (Bodyfx) did an amazingly elaborate paint design on me and lined me up with a backdrop painted to complement the design - it's all very clever and you really ought to either buy a calendar or a print of it to see the full majesty of her art.  Here's a teaser peak...

    I've been geting to know my own head in the last 24 hours and am pleased with the shape (phew), mystified by a straight dent (what did I hit my head on and when?) and surprised by how much heat my head puts out, which was somehow masked with hair.

    Sadly, as much as I liked the look of my eyelash extensions, I've had nothing but trouble with them and I had to remove them tonight.  I won't be going back to the same place, but will try somewhere else for a fresh set - hopefully with better glue I don't react to and won't crumble in my eyes!

     

    Thanks so much to all the artists, friends and family (including my awesome daughter who has been just SO cool about all this) who have supported me thus far.  I really appreciate all the birthday wishes, compliments on my dome and messages of support - you guys ROCK.

    2nd crazy hairdo done!

    01/11/2016 at 10:58 PM

    Hi folks, yesterday I went back to Michael at Hairmasters for the next shaved design in the plan.  I had a vague idea of either korus or a silver fern shape and asked for "something organic and pretty rather than chunky".  He studied the side of my head and decided a cuple of designs wouldn't work, and then came up with THIS design that I simply love.  He's truly an artist.

    I'm using hardly any shampoo now, no conditioner and no longer need a separate towel for my hair!  LOL

    We are past the halfway mark for meeting the target of $1000 and have just 19 days left.  PLEASE share this project with others and encourage them to pledge ANY amount - it all goes towards getting us over the finish line.  It's important to know that if we don't make the $1000 threshhold then NO money comes in from the credit cards.  And we don't want that.

     

    Next stage is the rest of my hair is coming off on Sunday!  Tee hee!

    Michael & I

    Korus

    First crazy hairdo down!

    22/10/2016 at 11:10 PM

    So it kicked off in ernest today!  I must admit to feeling a bit apprehensive yesterday... the day came up really fast!  As I sat in the barber chair and the first buzz of the clippers took my hair off I did think "oh my God, what am I doing?" but I'm super-pleased with the end result that Michael Tevaga from Hair Masters created.  

    I whipped out the heavy duty makeup and headed off to Titirangi to be photographed by Melissa from Flutterby Photography and she took so many great pics in such a short time - she really knows her craft!  Here is a pic of the final result... but we were mucking about a bit here - this is NOT the final pic to be used in the calendar.Punky McPunkface

    Cover photo shoot done!

    10/10/2016 at 10:42 PM

    So my daughter and I went, with student photographer Jess Drummond, to Ollie's Icecream Bar in Royal Oak yesterday and took some snaps, including the cover photo for the calendar.  I've long loved the vintage look and decided on this for the cover as I won't have enough hair for victory rolls again for quite some time!girl talk

      Mel Chambers
      2016-11-22 10:34:19 +1300

      "Love your ways lady!"

      Ngaire Jermaine
      2016-11-21 23:13:22 +1300

      "On behalf of Martin & Sue"

      Anonymous pledger
      2016-11-21 19:27:42 +1300
      Lisa Payne
      2016-11-21 06:24:49 +1300

      "So proud of you! You're an amazing human xoxo "

      Mark Turner
      2016-11-10 13:42:37 +1300

      "Well done Ngaire. A great cause and a very clever idea."

      Ngaire Jermaine
      2016-11-10 06:19:10 +1300
      [email protected]
      2016-11-09 12:12:00 +1300
      S Henare
      2016-11-07 22:28:11 +1300
      Tricia Rayls
      2016-11-07 19:57:49 +1300
      Ngaire Jermaine
      2016-11-07 19:49:48 +1300

      "On behalf of Kevin Pilbrow, on the proviso I wear "Kevin is awesome" painted on the back of my head for all of tomorrow."

      Ngaire Jermaine
      2016-11-07 19:47:50 +1300

      "Travelcorp's morning tea (+online pledges). Special shout-out to New world Birkenhead for their generous donation to help feed the crew."

      Chelsea Roberts
      2016-11-07 17:03:37 +1300

      "Amazing job Ngaire - You're so brave shaving your head!! "

      Gordon Gillan
      2016-11-07 11:31:19 +1300

      "Awesome effort Ngaire, best wishes for the fundraising"

      Dianne
      2016-11-07 11:18:29 +1300

      "Well done Ngaire!"

      Anonymous pledger
      2016-11-07 11:10:40 +1300
      Beth Stapleton
      2016-11-07 10:37:12 +1300
      Beth Stapleton
      2016-11-07 10:35:26 +1300

      "Very awesome Ngaire, I hope this succeeds for you."

      Vanessa Lacassie
      2016-11-07 09:43:00 +1300

      "Well done Ngaire, this is an amazing adventure for a great cause!"

      Lisa Mcliver
      2016-11-05 09:50:43 +1300

      "This one's for the kiddies"

      Lisa Mcliver
      2016-11-05 09:49:09 +1300
      Ngaire Jermaine
      2016-11-04 19:10:03 +1300

      "In lieu of payment to Bodyfx for turning me into a fairy. :)"

      Cathie
      2016-11-04 12:31:18 +1300
      Denise Montgomery
      2016-11-01 07:35:10 +1300

      "Good luck ... Hope you hit your target and beyond for this good cause. "

      Anonymous pledger
      2016-10-29 11:27:06 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2016-10-28 21:01:19 +1300

      "From the McDonald family. xxxx"

      Nicole Wason
      2016-10-28 11:25:26 +1300

      "I love your commitment to helping others. You are a star. "

      Shay Ridley
      2016-10-28 06:34:25 +1300

      "you are AWESOME!!"

      Carol TeBay
      2016-10-27 22:22:59 +1300
      Anna Condon
      2016-10-27 21:55:37 +1300
      Anita Lyn
      2016-10-27 21:52:21 +1300

      "Good on ya girl! Am looking forward to embellishing your dome :)"

      Followers of Hair Today, Gone tomorrow. Going bald (in a more creative way) for charity.

      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 22/11/2016 at 12:00 PM.