Hello, I need some information please.
I would like to become a wig stylist, and I want to help men, women and children with hair loss issues. I have known and helped women with alopecia areata and women going through chemo to fight cancer. I've had an interest in helping such people when I took some college courses. I'd be bald one day (I shave my head both then and now), a red head the next, and of course, a brunette. I tried, and know I was successful, in helping these women see that not only does baldness have to ruin your life, I showed that wigs can be more than a way to hide a bald head, wigs can be fun!
I was disabled by a stroke, and lost some of my eye site. I now have a lot of time on my hands, and would like to style wigs. Could you please tell me how I go about becoming a wig stylist? I think I have a lot to offer if I become one. Any information and advice would be greatly appreciated.
God bless,
Larry Barbee

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