In an effort to raise awareness for hereditary breast cancer in Hong Kong, ghd has teamed up with Hong Kong doll artist Ning Lau and the Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry ("THE REGISTRY") to create unique customized dolls of their celebrity supporters, as well as to promote a limited edition styler and hairdryer.
The connotation behind the dolls is that every woman uniquely beautiful. As Ning Lau makes these dolls, she studies the human characteristics, hoping to capture the essence of everyone. The dolls serve as a reminder that each person 's characteristics are inherited from their parents, from their genes, which is a message that the Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Registry wants to convey. The dolls were based on Janet Ma, Johanna Ho, Maria Tang, and Ning Lau herself.
The dolls will be exhibited at the Johanna Ho Causeway Bay store, where there will also be free ghd styling services on August 19th (Friday), 20th (Saturday), 26th (Friday), and 27th (Saturday) at dedicated hours.
To raise funds for the cause, a HK$100 donation will be made to THE REGISTRY upon each purchase of the newly unveiled, limited edition ghd Electric Pink Platinum Styler and Electric Pink Air Hairdryer; now available at Lane Crawford, Harvey Nichols, and selected salons.
Find out more at ghdhair.com.
Me (left) and Jade (right) having a bit too much fun at the ghd event.