A HAIR and beauty technician from Croydon College shaved her head to raise awareness of ovarian cancer on Tuesday.
Sue Rosier chopped her locks off in memory of her mother who passed away from the disease 12 years ago.
The event took place in the college's hair and beauty salon, Aura, to mark World Ovarian Cancer Day yesterday (May 8).
Sue said: "Ovarian cancer is called the silent killer, but it really isn't, because it whispers.
"Today is to help make everyone aware of educating people about the dangers and making you aware of your own bodies.
"The whole point of shaving my head is to help people understand more about the symptoms."
Sue was raising money for Target Ovarian Cancer. To donate to Sue's cause text SUEM57 (followed by the sum you wish to donate, eg £1) to 70070.