• Matrix’s haircut for a cause

    Sisters Maxene and Saab Magalona donate eight inches f their hair to make wigs for cancerstricken children

    Sisters Maxene and Saab Magalona donate eight inches f their hair to make wigs for cancerstricken children

    To help bring normalcy in the lives of cancer-stricken children under the care of Kythe Ateneo, Matrix Philippines is once again mounting the“Matrix 8-inch Cut for Cancer Challenge.” The CSR initiative falls under the hair care and treatment brand’s worldwide program, “Matrix Chairs of Change,” which allows salon communities and stylists to make a difference through their craft.

    With the goal of uplifting more lives of Filipino children braving the battle against cancer by donating medical hair wigs, Matrix takes on the challenge to gather hairdressers and Filipino wo-men nationwide to make a difference by sharing their talent and their hair, respectively. The campaign is in partnership with David’s Salon, which pledged 80 hairdressers to share their talent for the cause.

    “On this one-day only event, in celebration of Child Cancer Awareness Month this September, our goal is to bring together Filipinas to donate at least eight inches of their hair that will then be turned into wigs to be donated to kids undergoing cancer treatment,” shared Inah Ramos, Senior Product Manager of Matrix Philippines. “As we encourage our stylists to make a difference through their craft, we would like to share the mission of Matrix to everyone to be able to touch and change lives of more Filipino children fighting cancer.”

    Until September 18, Filipino women are invited to register online via www.MatrixCutfForCancer.com to take part in the challenge. On September 19, all registered volunteers can head to SM Megamall’s Mega Atrium for their haircut.

    In 2014, Matrix brand ambassador Maxene Magalona donated eight inches of her hair to the cause and this year has passed on the challenge to her sister Saab Magalona-Bacarro. With cancer awareness as an advocacy that is very close to their hearts, both ambassadors share the same goal of inspiring and encouraging more Filipinos to make a difference in the lives of kids battling cancer.


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    1. I want to cut my hair and have found this very good cause. Do you still have upcoming event/s like this? And I want to receive a newsletter regarding this. I feel sad to find out this event a little to late. Pls organize again an event like this. I wanna join. I wanna make a difference. I want to help in my own little ways. Thanks!

    2. Leslie Flojo Tuazon on

      Can I donate my hair which is hips length and I do not know how to register. Please accommodate me will drop by this Saturday September 19. Please txt or call me 09281864816.

    3. Just like to ask if you’re not registered online, it means that you cannot donate your hair if you want?