Lily Cole Donates Her Hair To Little Princess Belief
Lily Cole’s pre-Raphaelite curls helped make her a supermodel, but now she’s cut them off for charity.
The flame-haired Cambridge graduate, 29, has donated her locks to the Little Princess Belief, which provides wigs to kids who’ve misplaced their hair due to most cancers treatment.
Ensuring the snip was of the very best requirements, she used Vogue’s common stylist Raphael Salley to do the job.
The Cambridge graduate, 29, has donated her locks to the Little Princess Belief, which gives wigs to children who have misplaced their hair as a consequence of most cancers treatment
Lily showed off her new, very short ‘do’ to her fans in a photograph taken throughout her recent journey to the Amazon
Lily showed off her new, very brief ‘do’ to her followers in a photo taken during her recent journey to the Amazon — the place she swapped her normal make-up for Yawanawa tribal paint, made from native annatto seeds and jenipapo plant dye.
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Battle of the birthdays: did Branson beat Cara
London socialites seem to be competing over extravagant birthday celebrations.
First, model Cara Delevingne splurged £100,000 taking 20 pals to Mexico for her 25th birthday.
Now, the son of Virgin tycoon Sir Richard Branson is displaying off his 32nd birthday shenanigans online. Sam Branson is ahead in the game as a result of, while Cara paid for her journey, he held his fancy-dress bash on Necker, his family’s private Caribbean island.
Sam was joined by (from left) occasion planner Marielle Smit, 27, Sky Sports activities presenter Natalie Pinkham, 39, and actress Nicolette van Dam, 33.
Will the BBC dare screen The Bad Boys Of Brexit, the story of Nigel Farage’s position in the Go away marketing campaign, which a U.S. Tv studio is due to show into a £60 million sequence Iain Dale, whose firm Biteback printed Leave campaigner Arron Banks’s diary, which will likely be adapted for the present, says: ‘I’d wish to suppose the BBC may present it.