alopecians who have a freedom wig! (or are getting one)

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New Freedom Wig Problems

Started by momoftwoboys. Last reply by Debbi Fuller Apr 14. 6 Replies

I was so excited to get a Freedom Wig, but then ...

Started by PianoJenny. Last reply by reesespieces5678 Apr 9. 8 Replies

Freedom and horse riding

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Comment by robiek on August 26, 2013 at 5:59pm

Thanks Debbi and 'momoftwoboys', I really appreciate your feedback. I think I am just afraid that I make a mistake when I order. My hair was never thick - I always wished it was - however I realise now I didn't appreciate what lovely hair I did have when I had it!

Comment by Debbi Fuller on August 24, 2013 at 8:11pm

Hi Robiek,
Light is considered 'normal' density. If you had hair that was considered thick, then you might want to order Medium Light but remember that with any prosthesis, the hair does not start out finer at the edge and then get progressively thicker as it does when it is your own growth hair. Less is more when you are wearing any type of hair "system" or 'wig' even a vacuum which is the most realistic type you can find. I would err on the side of caution unless you are SURE that you want a lot of hair and volume.

Comment by momoftwoboys on August 24, 2013 at 8:10pm

robiek- I have the light density and I think it is definitely thick enough. Mine is 10" though. I would talk to your rep for more information.

Comment by robiek on August 24, 2013 at 6:31pm

Hi there,
I am shortly about to order my first freedom wig. Can anyone offer any advice regarding the density? I have read in a few reviews that the 'light' is rather thin, is this the case? Thanks, Rx.

Comment by Gemma on July 24, 2013 at 9:36am
Would anyone in the know about Freedom Wigs (density/colour/suitability for scarring alopecia etc) be able to have a quick look at my discussion post from 24 June, if you get time. I have been checking for any replies most days for a month, and it's been a horrible month with the alopecia for me unfortunately :(
Comment by Debbi Fuller on July 1, 2013 at 2:10pm

Thanks Lisa!

Comment by Lisa on July 1, 2013 at 2:04pm

Debbi,

I appreciate your support. You guys are stars when it comes to customer service.

I'd still really like to hear from any other Freedom wearers with tips for what works best for them with their piece. (Especially a brand new piece.) So, Freedom Friends, I am all ears. Please share!

Comment by Debbi Fuller on July 1, 2013 at 10:24am

Hi Lisa, I haven't received your pictures yet so I don't know the issues. There may be some sort of defect or problem that can be fixed or some other issue. Don't worry, you are not alone and whatever the problem is we will handle it. Don't worry and don't stress. If you can't send a picture, send me the wig and I will look at it and determine what the problems are. I will pay for shipping. Call me - I just got home from the NAAF conference last night.

Comment by Lisa on June 29, 2013 at 12:52am

Hello!

I'm trying to "break in" my first Freedom wig. I'm having a hard time.

The hair was much shorter than I was anticipating and there is so much bulk at the top, which makes the piece look like it's for an older person and wiggy. I've been wearing vacuum pieces all my life and this is the first one people comment looks like a wig. Any advice for styling this piece to make it look more natural?

I feel just sick when I think of what I spent and how I feel in the wig. Was really hoping this would not be my experience. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.

Comment by Norelle on January 21, 2013 at 9:27pm

Hi Zara, I've had 2 freedoms so far. It is by far the most real looking out of all the other choices. No one knows my hair isn't real unless I've told them, so I havent had to tell anyone I don't want to. You can part your hair which ever way you like, the scalp looks exactly like any other scalp with hair in it. All you have to do is style it whichever way you like when its wet. When looking at anyone else with a freedom on you can't see the front of the cap, I can see mine but that is only because I scrutinize myself so closely haha.

 

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