Leiza Clifton certainly knows how to set a hairdresser a task.
The Koroit resident, who is also well known in Port Fairy through her employment at Decked Out On Back, has decided to get the chop.
That's her hair of course, with Kyra Crowe from Deta Hair & Beauty in Koroit to perform the big snip.
All money raised from the dismantling of Ms Clifton's hair will go towards the Cancer Council Victoria and its work in supporting those with cancer and their families, as well as for further research.
The big cut will happen on October 3 in Port Fairy, at Decked Out On Bank, with the push to raise as much money as possible now in full swing.
Ms Clifton has plenty of inspiration to undertake her big hair cut, having successfully tackled cancer herself 20 years ago.
She lost her grandmother to the disease and has seen other family members and close friends fight their own battles.
"Even if you win the fight, there is always that residue of doubt with cancer, you just don't know when it may appear again," Ms Clifton said.
"The cancer council helps provide support for those with cancer and their families.
"It really is a valuable service and of course the research they do is very important.
"The more people that know about Cancer Council Victoria, the greater their impact."
Ms Clifton has already raised over $3000 through her everydayhero donation page.
While Ms Clifton has been touched by cancer in many ways, she said her story is not unique.
"Cancer is everywhere, it is just so prevalent," she said.
"A lot of people survive but unfortunately a lot of people don't. Through this hair cut have I can hopefully make a small difference and maybe it will be another small step in community support for those cancer does affect, which is most people in some way."
To donate, go online to: https://give.everydayhero.com/au/Leiza-1.
You can donate in person at Decked Out On Bank in Bank Street, with the store also running a raffle to raise funds for the cause. Ms Clifton has also made paper Good Fortune Cranes to sell at the store.