We select the finest quality human hair through a traceable and ethical process that begins in India and continues in our production facility near Rome, Italy after thorough quality control.
All the natural hair qualities are preserved by undergoing a specific process at our production facility in Rome. All processed hair is Remy and Double Drawn meaning that all the cuticles are in the same direction and the hair has the same thickness from root to tip.
Great Lengths extensions are distributed in more than 50 countries around the world and applied only by our certified hair stylists.
When the extensions are removed, clients can choose to donate them to the Little Princess Trust through their certified stylist. The stylist will then send the donation directly to Great Lengths, who expertly prepare the hair, ready for the charity to receive.
The Little Princess Trust provides free natural hair wigs to children and young people, up to 24 years old, who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment or other conditions.
We are so proud of our partnership with the Little Princess Trust.
Introduced by James Henderson, salon owner of M Hair, Nottingham, our donation scheme is available in over 1,500 Great Lengths salons across the UK & Ireland. James Henderson has been named as the ‘Great Lengths Global Little Princess Trust Ambassador’ following his hard work and dedication.
Only Great Lengths hair extensions donations will be accepted by the charity due to their ethicality and hair quality. All donations of your used Great Lengths extensions must be done by your Great Lengths stylist. Fill in your details on the tag provided and they will take care of the rest. You will receive an email thanking you for your donation from the Little Princess Trust team. It is possible to donate Great Lengths hair extensions also in other markets, ask your stylist for more information!
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