Scarlett Moffatt Collaborates with Great Lengths and Little Princess Trust

by lydiah / last updated February 13, 2020

Scarlett Moffatt

Scarlett Moffatt has collaborated with hair extensions brand Great Lengths and the brand’s chosen charity The Little Princess Trust charity.

Scarlett Moffatt, who’s best known for featuring in MTV’s Beauty School Cop Outs, makes regular visits to her Great Lengths hairstylist Joanne Fox in Hartlepool. The reality star was enthusiastic to have her dark locks lifted out and transformed into a much lighter shade with the help of Great Lengths extension tapes.

Joanne comments, “Scarlett has been colouring her hair for years, so we looked at a few images she liked and discussed the best way to achieve something similar without compromising the condition of her natural hair, which has seen such a huge improvement since she started wearing GL Tapes.”

She continues, “We lifted the hair three levels and then added some lighter pieces around her face. I’ve always used extensions to add colour and Great Lengths Tapes are the easiest to do this with, as the lighter colour can be positioned underneath and darker on top, this keeps the hair looking natural and avoids the ‘stripey look’.”

Scarlett also donated her previous Great Lengths hair to The Little Princess Trust. Great Lengths have partnered with the trust since 2015. The company donates globally to the cause to help make wigs for children and young people suffering from hair loss from cancer treatment and other illnesses.

Scarlett said, “One of the most amazing things about Great Lengths extensions, apart from the fact that the hair is beautiful, is that you can donate the hair to The Little Princess trust. The hair extensions I had previously will help young children who are going through cancer treatment; it will be used to create wigs for them, so I just think that’s a wonderful bonus that Great Lengths offer, it’s such an amazing cause”.

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