Real Housewife of New Jersey Dina Manzo Dishes on Her Red Streak

05/24/2010 at 02:30 PM ET

Micheal Greco

Johnny Weir isn’t the only star rocking bold highlights. Real Housewives of New Jersey star Dina Manzo recently added a striking scarlet streak to her platinum locks — all to help children with cancer. The Bravo star, who founded The Project Ladybug Fund at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in Paterson, New Jersey to help enrich the lives of seriously ill pediatric patients and their families, has teamed with SHE Hair Extensions by SO. CAP USA to launch the Lucky Locks campaign. “I wanted to do something fun for fans to show their support of Project Ladybug and decided there was no better way than to wear Ladybug colors, which is why I made the extensions red,” Dina tells PEOPLE exclusively about her new red-hot streaks. “The best part is that people will always ask other people why they have a red streak in their hair… It has really helped spread awareness for our cause!” From now until June 30, Dina’s Lucky Locks will be available for $10 at participating salons or online at All donations will be used to build a playground for patients on the grounds of St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. For more information visit —Andrea DeSimone

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Gabriel on

, Sounds great Shannon!I feel that with the outreach msniitry to Hillcrest in Harrison, that we need to incorporate something as well relating to Star Struck. on 21 October 2010 / 11:16 AM

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