James Henderson named as Great Lengths Global Little Princess Trust Ambassador

We’re so proud to have been working closely with The Little Princess Trust since 2015 which was introduced by James Henderson, salon owner at M Hair, Nottingham.   The Little Princess Trust is a charity very close to our hearts and we love that they have chosen us as the only hair extension brand they trust to provide quality, 100% human and ethical hair for wigs for children and young adults who may suffering with cancer or alopecia. Following the success and support and need of the charity, we’re taking this global!


(right – GL Lovely Becky Sheeran)

The Little Princess Trust is now available for all Great Lengths salons across the world to donate their clients removed hair extensions and heading the operation is James Henderson as he has been named as ‘Great Lengths Global Little Princess Trust Ambassador’

We caught up with James to find out just what he thought about his new role,

James said,“ I am very excited about my new role and the journey ahead. Since starting my collaboration with Great Lengths and The Little Princess Trust in 2015 it has always been my ambition to grow this partnership on a global scale. Great Lengths Universal are now opening this initiative up to over 60 countries that they currently trade in. I will be working closely with the salons and the trust to ensure the expansion is a success and continues to increase our contribution to providing wigs for young people in need of them.

We are thrilled that the initiative has been rolled out to the world, and we hope to see less waste and turn removed Great Lengths hair extensions into something really special for those who are in need.  We can’t wait to see what next steps will be taken in 2020 and the difference the scheme will make for the charity.

Want to donate your Great Lengths hair extensions?  Visit our Salon Locator and keep an eye out for the ‘crown’ logo

Keep up to date with James Henderson and M Hair by visiting his Instagram HERE 

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