Shadi Yousefian

Cutting hair to donate to "Locks of Love"

Locks of Love is a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children in the United States and Canada under age 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis >>>




by kfravon on

...inside AND out!

Very educational at the same time funny clip.  Loved it Shadi joon....

Parvaneh A. Farid

I salute you Shadi joon.

by Parvaneh A. Farid on

I admire your courage and detachement, only women know how important our hair can be to us. This was very creative of you to put this whole thing on a video and share it with us. I watched your video looking so up to you Shadi joon. Bravo Shirzane irani!

Multiple Personality Disorder

What a lovely gesture of kindness!

by Multiple Personality Disorder on

I loved the humor also when the scissor was not working.  You are very kind, and your short hair looks great.  Thank you for the information, but unfortunately I don't have much hair left.

Ali P.


by Ali P. on

I have a hard time, parting from my '4 taa sheeveed'.

Can we just donate money?


Shadi for President!

by Milan on

Shadi khanom,

I admire your compassion and courage to part so gracefully with your beautiful Persian hair. On a different note, this gets me thinking about the idiotic idea of Hijab crap imposed on the beautiful Persian women back home. Well,...don't get me started.


Good move.

by پیام on

Thank you.

Louie Louie

She is a darling

by Louie Louie on

I enjoyed the video very much, very spontaneous and funny.


Wonderful, a 5 star ***** presentation ;)

by PERS66 on

Love your positive attitude.

To all who donate their hair, dametoon garm, human compassion in motion :)



by water. on

I really liked this spontaneous video and watched it two times :)

 thanks... it was great and thanks for the deed.


Donating hair to a

by varjavand on

Donating hair to a praiseworthy cause really matters especially by a charming elegant lady like Shadi. I truly enjoyed watching this clip.

Good luck to her  


Ari Siletz

Clever and watchable actress

by Ari Siletz on

With a good heart. The clip is a great example of what can go wrong during an improv and how a pro handles it. The on-the- spot "arreh barghi" line was funny. Also the tongue in cheek I-know-what-I-am-doing persona she created out of thin air right after the dull scissor incident was masterful. There was drama in the irreversible act of cutting off so much hair, which she artfully let us experience without rubbing it in our faces. Did I mention the great cause of helping kids?    


beautiful young lady

by Fatollah on

with good heart and best of intentions. you rock!

Little Tweet

Caring and so pretty

by Little Tweet on

Shadi you're beautiful.


Too long.....and boring

by Souri on

The intention was very good, but the video was too long, I got bored.

I agree with Statira.

(and Farshad ?? :0)

Shazde Asdola Mirza

بسیار زیبا - کاشکی‌ چاره ای هم برای سر کچل ما پیدا میشد

Shazde Asdola Mirza

Every voice counts! Every action counts!


Thank you Shadi khanom and the Gentleman in the clip!

by farshadjon on

Everybody thanked Shadi, but I want to thank Shadi as well as the Gentleman who finished the job!

An old idiom says:

“Kar ra keh kard, an keh tamam kard”

Nobody noticed what the Gentleman did in this video. As always, Iranian Gentlemen are contributing big time alongside Iranian ladies.


Afarin Shadi

by hakimbob on

Not only your idea was great to donate, but to put the whole thing on the web encourages others to do so. I also took pleasure in seeing the green bracelet of on your friend's wrist. Sabz va payandeh bashi!


Long live Shadi

by bahramthegreat on

There is no feeling better than giving for a good cause. I feel much lighter when I see some one else is happy. We all are proud of you. 

BTW- I forgot to say, you look beautiful before and after.

Nazy Kaviani

Dear Shadi

by Nazy Kaviani on

You looked absolutely beautiful before, during, and after you cut your hair. I donated my hair last year. It felt good to feel useful. Our hair will grow out. In my heart, I have so much hope for the same thing for all the young people who have to receive chemotheraphy. I want to see their hair grow, along with their limbs and bones. Until then, I'm sure your hair will make one or two kids look beautiful, just as you are, inside and out.


Shadi jan: You are such a Love!

by Monda on

I don't know what else to say about your positive attitude.  when I was your age, Each time I cut my long hair, I moaned and bitched about doing it. Until few years ago when I found out about locksoflove. Many hugs and booses to your beautiful face and your assistant.


Barber shop

by statira on

Couldn't she just go to barber shop to do it for her?