The cut: All-one-length locks that fall to the lower back
The color: Natural honey brown, no gray
The verdict: "Long hairnever really felt like me," says Robshaw-Turnbull, who grew out her hair in order to donate it to Pantene Beautiful Lengths, a program that makes wigs for women battling cancer and the effects of chemotherapy. "The last time I had my hair cut, a few years ago, the stylist mentioned that I should have donated it to a wig-making program-which I wish he’d suggested before he started cutting," she says. But the donation idea stuck, and Robshaw-Turnbull didn’t set foot in a salon again for two years. "I just wore my hair back in a ponytail or a braid as it got longer and more unmanageable. I’m not someone who spends any time on her hair. My husband kept bugging me to get it cut-he prefers it shorter because then I wear it down, which he finds sexier. But all that hair was a nuisance. I just told myself it was a means to an end, all for a good cause."