Ken Paves Donates Lauren Conrad's Wig to Cancer Sufferer

Celeb stylist Ken Paves donated the wig he made for Lauren Conrad's

Harper's Bazaar shoot to a young woman suffering from cancer. "Last weekend, I flew to Detroit to give the wig to Emily Lisner, who has lymphoma," Paves -- who also works with Jessica Simpson and Eva Longoria Parker -- tells Usmagazine.com. "And Lauren filmed a message on my Flip cam.

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"She was so, so excited," Paves says of the bobbed-wig. "We had an amazing time. It was such an incredible, inspiring situation. I then cut the wig in her house to really customize it for her, give it some bangs. Her mom was just laughing."

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Paves -- who also brought a signed copy of Conrad's new book, Hard Candy -- calls Lisner "inspiring. It's great to give a gift to somebody who also gives back to so many people."

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He plans to stay in touch with Lisner and help her sell bracelets on his Web site. "I love what I do so much, but it's nice to have a greater meaning, to stand for something more," Paves tells Us.