A local Police Scotland Youth Volunteer has chopped off her long locks in aid of the Little Princess Trust.
Charlotte Brown, 14, decided to undertake the sponsored haircut after losing a close family member.
Charlotte said: “I had been thinking about doing it for ages.
“Then one of my friends shaved their hair completely for cancer and I thought her hair looked amazing afterwards.
“In 2015 my uncle passed away so I thought to myself that I want to do something that means something to others, that could help someone plus make my family and friends proud.
“My hair never really did anything for me other than cover my head and others could need or want it more than me.
“Also it means a huge deal to me because I lost my uncle to cancer.”
Charlotte is donating hair to Little Princess Trust which is a British charity that makes wigs for kids and young adults up to the age of 24, who have lost their hair due to illnesses or to cancers and their treatments.
Sammy Keith, community development office for Police Scotland Youth Volunteers in Dundee, said: “We are all very proud of Charlotte for taking part in the haircut.
“She is a cracking young lass and we would all like to say a massive well done to her.”