WHEN courageous Mary Horgan suffered extreme hair loss due to a stress-related illness she was determined that her struggles would not be in vain. The Innishannon woman was dealt a devastating blow after learning she had telogen effluvium, which results from the early entry of hair in the telogen phase — the resting phase of the hair follicle. Rather than bow down to the difficult situation, Mary decided to use it as a means of helping others. With this in mind she enlisted the help of her sisters Liz and Katie to organise a head shave in aid of the Irish Guide Dogs.
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Brooke and Baylee have a unique bond - so much so that Baylee had no qualms about jumping into the shower with her sis and reaching into the places she couldn't with the razor. The girls, who star on TLC show Extreme Sisters, revealed all in a new clip doing the rounds on TikTok , with Baylee stating: "There's no line you can't cross with your sister. She really helped me out. Reasoning with each other, Brooke pointed out: "When you go into labour you cannot do it yourself.
Sisters have their heads shaved to raise funds for St Catherine’s
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In solidarity: Sisters Yiliang left and Yihui getting used to their shaved heads as their father, Chong Siew Chen looks on proudly. Both Chong Yiliang, 22, and her sister Yihui, 21, joined an impromptu charity head shaving session at a campaign in Prangin Mall here on Sunday. Yiliang, who sported shoulder length hair before the shave, said the experience was refreshing and meaningful.