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Wearing wigs is not always as easy as just putting them on and going out. Receiving the correct information is key to this unwanted experience being as seamless as possible. As a wearer of wigs for 46 years now as well as a highly regarded industry specialist - here are my Top 10 Tips to Wear Wigs Well.
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Do you have a receding hairline that is getting higher and higher? Is the skin below your hairline pale and shiny and often has red dots?
This could be Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia.... read more
Most of the time, STRESS is responsible and the rest of the time, it’s genetics.
Since Covid19 began, we have seen a significant increase in presentations of unexplained hairloss.... read more
The difference with Tammy Lobato Wigs... read more
Ever heard Autoimmune Diseases described as the result of our immune system attacking itself? The reality is that because our immune systems are so highly clever and complex they are actively fighting to protect us. There are a few schools of thought about what causes alopecia although stress is almost always a trigger, as is a compromised immune system. There are five key contributors to the creation of autoimmune diseases and in this blog I give you a brief insight into each.... read more
We have just finished our first Alopecia Friendship Group get together and I feel somewhat elated.... read more
‘Karen’, not her real name, has provided me with permission to tell her experience of hair thinning and requested anonymity. Karen recently attended a consultation with me looking for solutions for her loss of hair. Her decision to see me was not an easy one, contemplating the visit on and off for around six months.... read more
Having Alopecia myself since age 3, I’m going to be even more captivated watching this season of Married at First Sight which features Gabrielle who lost all her hair like me when she was 11.... read more
As a kid and as a teenager I tried not to let wearing a wig stop me from doing most that my peers did. In fact, I used to swim competitively which presented challenges but surprisingly I didn’t let it worry me very much.... read more
On Christmas eve I was contacted by a woman who had lost her hair as a result of chemotherapy and was desperate for a wig. It wasn’t because she had left it too late or that her hair had fallen out too rapidly or unexpectedly. It was because she had been fooled by online wig stores and had been sent what she described as ‘clown wigs’.... read more
I am inspired by a book created by Deeann Callis Graham that researches the world of Alopecia through the experiences of women, men and children with Alopecia who bare their souls and reveal their fears, sadness, encounters of bullying and torment and eventually, their reluctant but necessary acceptance of the disease that took away their hair.... read more
Wigs for Women – Increasing participation, productivity and confidence in the workplace and everyday life
There are so many considerations for women diagnosed with Cancer or for those with Alopecia, an Auto-Immune Disease – scans, biopsies, appointments with the GP, Dermatologists, Oncologists, the significant emotional turmoil being experienced by the now patient and their family.... read more