Not really no. I haven't heard of offering one's own hair to a deity before. Unless you take the idea of shaving your head in penance, or something, as a form of offering. Or growing your hair out and taking care of it in honor of the deity (self love and care is popular among Aphrodite devotees).
Now, the idea of offering other's hair, as in hair from the animal sacrifice, was a part of proper Hellenic worship. The animal, after being sprinkled with lustral water, had a bit of it's hair cut and burned at the altar. But this wasn't the only thing given. It was sort of an introduction of the sacrificial animal I guess.