EDINBURGH singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt has revealed her new look for top photographer Rankin in support of Macmillan Cancer’s Support Shave Or Style campaign.
The charity is asking people to shave their own hair or trial a new style and share a picture of themselves via social media.
Strictly Come Dancing winner Abbey Clancy, inset, is also backing the campaign.
Nina said: “I’d feel completely different without my blonde hair – I even named my album Peroxide after it – so it’s been cool to try something different and it’s such an easy way to help people with cancer”.
Rankin said: “It’s important to remember that, for those affected by cancer, long-standing changes to appearance such as hair loss, such as hair loss are a day-to-day reality.”
The charity is encouraging people to donate £3 to the campaign by texting STYLE to 70550.