On Saturday, Margaret Dunnachie will have her head shaved and coloured for the seventh year in a row.
Margaret, along with her friend Kate Lynch will be at Cheveux Studio in Mudgee raising awareness and funds together, hoping to bring an end to cancer around the world.
Margaret says everything is easier with a friend.
"I encouraged her [Kate] to shave her head this year, so it goes both ways. Kate supported me last year and shaved her head and coloured her hair and it looked fabulous, absolutely terrific, and we're gonna do it together this year," Margaret said.
I feel so sorry for poor little kids and babies who have to suffer unnecessarily, they haven't done anything wrong they've never hurt anyone, so it's very close to my heart.Margaret Dunnachie
"I'd like to thank her [Kate] for her support, because it's good when you do it together with someone else, especially your friend."
Kate said she was more than happy to support her friend for a great cause.
"I'm happy just to support her," she said.
"I'm not getting the full shave, I'm getting a lot shorter and they [Cheveux] are going to colour it something fun."
Margaret says her reasons for repeatedly shaving her hair are tough to talk about but close to her heart.
"I want to help raise awareness and hopefully funds to find a cure for leukaemia and blood cancers," Margaret said.
"I do this in memory of my husband, who had brain cancer and my mum died of leukaemia,"
"I feel so sorry for poor little kids and babies who have to suffer unnecessarily, they haven't done anything wrong they've never hurt anyone, so it's very close to my heart."
Margaret wanted to make sure that everyone that has supported her knows how appreciated and loved they are, singling out Cheveux Studio.
"They are fabulous at Cheveux, absolutely brilliant. I'd like to thank them for their support all the time and for Live Better for supporting me too," she said.
Owner of Cheveux Studio Alanah Lewis said it's the least her and her hairdressers can do to help somebody out with a journey like Margaret's.
"She's come to us ever since the beginning and it's awesome," Ms Lewis said.
"We love being apart of anything that we can for the community so it's great for us to be able to help everybody out. It's the least we can do, really.
"As hairdressers we can't cure cancer or anything like that, but the least we can do is help raise some money."
If you'd like to show your support, Margaret and Kate will be having their heads shaved and hair coloured at Cheveux Studio at 4/160 Church Street at 9.30am on Saturday, March 16.