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Locks of Love with Gissel Acevedo

Disconnected’s client Gissel Acevedo recently donated 11 inches of her beautiful hair to Locks of Love, a charitable organization that provides hairpieces to people in need. It’s a great organization, check it out www.locksoflove.org

Here is Gissel’s before pic with her long, beautiful locks.

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And some awesome after shots:

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We love the new look Gisell! She kindly agreed to share her story with us and with you:

Why did you choose to donate to Locks of Love?
I actually decided to do this two years ago. My hair was short and I figured it’s an easy way to spread some love! I don’t know anyone personally affected by the Locks of Love organization but I’m glad to do my part to help anyone.

Would you recommend others to donate hair to Locks of Love and why?
I definitely recommend it! After awhile, it’s good to change things up anyway, but with a great cause behind it, the experience is so much better.

How does it feel to have shorter hair?
I LOVE having short hair! I actually like both long and short so after two years, I’m glad to be able to go back to fun and cute short hairstyles.

Would you recommend Disconnected Salon to others for Locks of Love donations?
I would absolutely recommend Disconnected Salon to anyone even if they’re not quite ready to donate. Once you’re ready to take the step, the friendly staff will make it such a special experience.

Any additional thoughts or comments?
I had no idea Disconnected Salon could take care of sending off my locks! This just makes it that much more accessible. I’m definitely doing this again in another two years.

Thanks again Gissel, we’re so glad you love your new haircut and that you enjoyed your Locks of Love experience.

If you’re interested in donating your hair to Locks of Love, call us at 619-298-3830 and we can answer any questions. Disconnected Salon is a great salon in San Diego to help you with your donation.

Visit Gissel’s blog to learn more about her experience and check out her video below!

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