Many women find that wearing a wig gives them a sense of normalcy and consistency during cancer treatment and hair loss due to illness. A wig can also provide some privacy in that it may prevent people from asking questions about your appearance and diagnosis.
A wig can also protect your scalp from the sun and from cold air.
A hand-tied wig is the most comfortable to wear and recreates the appearance of natural hair growing from the scalp. This type of wig has individual hairs hand-tied into a soft, stretch net resulting in a very soft but secure fit.
While losing your hair may be frightening, many women may enjoy trying styles and colors in a wig that they would never have dared to try with their own hair. Some women buy more than one wig and change wigs to suit their mood, their outfit, or the occasion.
Wigs always look good; there are no more bad hair days. In fact, many women continue to wear their wig(s) after their hair grows back, especially when they don’t have time to get their hair done.
Give yourself permission to try new colors and styles. You may well bring a smile to your face and to the faces of those who love you. (And you might get some compliments, too!)
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