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Jessica steps up to lose her locks in mum’s memory

One fateful week in May 2018 is forever etched in Jessica Hooper’s memory as the week that completely changed her life.“The day I found out my mum had blood cancer I felt my heart break,” she say...

Celebrating International Women’s Day

Each year, International Women’s Day has a unique theme to celebrate women’s achievements from across the globe. This year’s theme is #BalanceforBetter, encouraging our society to live in a more gende...

Coming back from the buzz cut

Your hair grows about 1 cm each month, so you’ve got some time to totally rock your short style! Make the most of it with this guide to the grow-out thanks to our hairy partner Sustainable Salons. Co...

Spectacular school students shaving in 2019

Every year, schools from across the country participate in Australia’s much loved ‘World’s Greatest Shave’ campaign. Each school generally participates for a special reason such as a student, someone ...

World’s Greatest Shave joins forces with Sustainable Salons

This year, the World’s Greatest Shave is partnering with Sustainable Salons to ensure that all hair shaved, and cut is collected to be recycled and repurposed in the correct way. Who are Sustainable S...

Be bald, be confident and most importantly be YOU

So, you have decided to shave your head. Still have that niggling feeling on whether you have made the right decision? Let me put your mind at ease. A woman who is bald, screams confidence and self-ac...

When someone you know has cancer... now what?

In light of Cancer Awareness Day, today’s post will discuss the ways you can support friends and family who have cancer. Studies have proven that emotionally, people do better when they are supported ...

Inspiring Aussie kids shaving in 2019

The World’s Greatest Shave Campaign is back for 2019 and is expecting more children and schools to participate than ever before! Generations of Aussies have grown up with this beloved event and the me...

Blood cancer patient needs could go unmet as incidence rates rise

The number of Australians living with a blood cancer is expected to rise around 30 per cent over the next decade, according to new Leukaemia Foundation analysis as it launches World's Greatest Shave t...