A CELEBRITY hairdresser has given his backing to a Hereford charity.

Andrew Barton, who is best known as the hairdressing expert from hit makeover TV show, 10 Years Younger, is one of more than 500 hair professionals who have received packs from the Little Princess Trust to help spread the work that it does.

The Berrington Street-based charity provides real hair wigs for children who have lost their hair through cancer. 


The pack, which comes complete with window stickers and mirror clings, is part of the 'hair for each other' campaign to strengthen the links between the LPT and those working in salons. 

“Hair for Each Other is the perfect opportunity for hairdressers, barbers and stylists to support The Little Princess Trust,” said Mr Barton.

“Please get involved!”

Hereford Times: More than 500 hair professionals have received a salon packMore than 500 hair professionals have received a salon pack (Image: The Little Princess Trust)

Phil Brace, chief executive officer at the Little Princess Trust, added: “It’s hairdressers, stylists, barbers, and salons that are such a vital component in making The Little Princess Trust’s mission a reality, and we want to encourage more hair professionals to get involved.

Often, professionals in the hair industry don’t realise the positive impact their day-to-day work can have on a child or young person experiencing hair loss – but it’s something we want to highlight with this campaign.”