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(Source: WOIO)

via Cleveland19:

We showed you a group of high school students a few weeks back who were working on creating some handcrafted wigs for cancer patients.

The group is taking what they’ve made so far, and donating them to an American Cancer Society wig salon at the UH Siedman Cancer Center.

“When a woman loses her hair, it can be devastating. She loses a sense of self and some confidence,” said TJ Garrett with the American Cancer Society.

But the seniors here at the Heights School of Cosmetology are working to give that confidence back to those battling cancer, one strand at a time.

“This will be my second wig that I did, and it’s Brazilian hair,” said Heights of Cosmetology Senior, Jo Putnam.

Putnam has been handcrafting wigs with her classmates for quite some time.

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