If you are wearing a new wig for the first time, the experience can be unsettling and uncomfortable. Many women feel as though the new wig is obvious to everyone around them, including strangers, and worry that everyone they pass will be staring. It is important for women who are about to wear a new wig to remember that hair loss is nothing to be ashamed of. No matter what the cause may be for your hair loss, a new wig should not hold you back from living your life to the fullest. Here are some things to keep in mind when starting with your new wig.
Archive for October, 2015
While many of us are enjoying the fall weather and the break from the summer weather, others know that winter weather is just around the corner. Cold weather brings snow, ice, and wind which can be harsh on the skin and hair, especially those who wear wigs. In order to prevent your wig from becoming damaged during the upcoming winter months, consider these tips for caring for your wig.
When a woman begins to experience hair loss on any level, questions begin to surface without knowing who to turn to. Hair loss can be stressful enough without the challenge of navigating through jargon and medical terminology. Before you begin to panic over your hair loss or wigs, consider the following commonly asked questions surrounding the subject.
While we know that hair loss can often be caused by factors beyond our control, there are some factors that we do have the ability to control. Watching our diet, managing our stress, and being aware of the hair products we use are all ways women can help combat hair loss. While many women don’t think twice about using different hair products, some are beginning to realize that these products can lead to or help along hair loss. So what hair products should women be careful of using if they fear hair loss may become a problem?
In honor of breast cancer awareness beginning in October, we thought we would help to bring awareness to the potentially fatal cancer. Breast cancer is one of the more well-known cancers that affect women each year, but there are still myths that surround the cancer that need clarifying.