Teenage Girl Honors Her Mom, And Does THIS !
They say that a woman’s hair is her glory. Masa Song, a teenager living in Canada, had always been known for her abundant, Rapunzel-like hair. Masa never cut or even trimmed her hair, letting it grow to her ankles.
She never thought she would have a reason to cut her hair. As she got older, she maintained her voluminous locks, up until the age of 12, when her mother unexpectedly passed away from lung cancer. Fueled by her mother’s memory, Masa decided to make some changed upon arriving at her new Canadian school, Stamford Collegiate. She learned about programs that used donated hair in order to make wigs for children, and decided to donate her own hair, over 4 feet of it, in her mother’s memory.