Atlantans with Alopecia


Atlantans with Alopecia

Atlanta area alopecia support group

Location: Atlanta,GA
Members: 65
Latest Activity: Mar 14

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Live in Atl area losing hair dramatically!

Started by Dee. Last reply by faithlessb Mar 11, 2014. 1 Reply

Starting Again :)

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Comment by amberATL on November 16, 2017 at 9:53am

Good morning all,

I am organizing a meet and greet on Tuesday, November 21st with a few women that suffer from Alopecia. We woud like to invite you to tell your stories as a way to heal and connect with our mission and products. Sadora's hair care products are designed to help those suffering with Alopecia. Check out the video below and let me know if you would like to be a part of the event!



Comment by Alopecian Beauty Mixer on August 17, 2017 at 1:05am
Saturday September 30, 2017 At 7pm-10pm
I'll be launching a amazing event to uplift men, women and children who suffers from the hair loss disease Alopecia Areata! This event will be a complete servicing experience where all beauty professionals, business owners, and entrepreneurs will have exhibits just for attendees to engage in. Also we will offer plenty games, raffles and gifts for small donations towards the cause. Please please bring cash, though cards/checks may not be allowed at all exhibits!
Comment by Mariah on August 15, 2017 at 8:44pm
I'm recently diagnosed with Alopecia Areata and it's been an emotional struggle. Are there any local support groups or meets ups in the Atlanta area that anyone is aware of??
Comment by Sydnie Hyde and Mom Zelda on May 31, 2017 at 8:30am
Hello! Where will the funds go and how will they be used?
Comment by Alopecian Beauty Mixer on May 31, 2017 at 5:47am
Hi Guys I'm Having A Special Event Called:
Alopecian Beauty Mixer (Charity Event)
(STRICTLY ENFORCED DRESSCODE NAVY BLUE & WHITE /CREAM ONLY) September is Alopecia Awareness Month thier ribbon color is navy blue so September 30, 2017, We'll be launching a fundraising campaign to support individuals who suffer from the diseases Alopecia Areata & Cancer. This is a family friendly event that will include networking, food, drinks, special guest, custom wig give aways/demos, complementary massages, makeovers and A lot more. Including a bartender for 21+ participants! We also will have live performances/Celebrity photographers are going to be in the building for personal and group shoots. Why not have a amazing time while supporting a positive cause? Lets come together as a community and show support, love, while giving back to one another! See you there...
Comment by Jennifer on December 21, 2016 at 11:39pm
Hey guys! I live in B'Ham, but travel to Atlanta every month for service. The girl that I use recently changed shops. The last two systems that I have bought have been horrible. Super thick and wiggy and have taken 4 months to receive. I've been going through this since 2008 and I'm embarrassed at how much money that I have spent. I admire and respect the ladies and gents that choose not to wear a system, but I feel more comfortable with a bonded unit. Right now, I'm waiting on 3 systems and praying that they are decent. I've found a few companies where the shops order hair and plan to start ordering my own systems, but waiting on new systems, so I have a cranial mold to use. Can anyone recommend stylist for bonding, venting, and good cut ins. I may be forced to order from another shop, but my systems are 150% mark up. I feel like I'm going broke and want to have just a little bit of control. I'd appreciate any advice. I'm also in the area once a month and would love to meet a fellow Lady going through this for lunch.
Comment by perlilocs on February 2, 2016 at 4:18pm

Hello Alopecia Family,

I hope all is well.  Is anyone interested in starting an Alopecia Awareness Group?  When people see someone with a bald head, they assume that they are a cancer survivor.  The public is not aware that Alopecia exists.  I have not seen any type of awareness campaign on TV, in the news etc…. regarding Alopecia.

I think it time that we expose Alopecia to the world so that they are aware that this condition exists and that we are an alopecia survivor!

Comment by Dimples2me on October 23, 2015 at 9:14am

Are there any ladies interested in meeting up in the next few weeks?  I haven't seen much in the way of an organized support group.  If you're interested, please let me know and I will work out the logistics.

Comment by ChocolateDrop on September 5, 2015 at 9:50pm

Hello I am in Marietta, any events coming up in the area? Thanks!

Comment by Dimples2me on June 16, 2015 at 11:34am

@ Lady Tee...I will let you know as soon as the meet up is scheduled.  Thanks


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