Where acceptance is all there is
I have battling with alopecia since my early 20s. I continue to wear wigs because I’ve been embarrassed and a shamed for losing my hair. I decided to post this picture to help me face reality because I’m not alone. For a woman that is a very hard thing to accept , I have decided when I turn 50 I would no longer wear wigs but I move to Arizona that heat might make me change my mind LOL. I am 48 years old I single mother of four children, Hard-working person with a huge heart. The main thing I…Continue
Hi, Read about people using markers to make their wigs look "rooted," so I did -- not using Sharpies, but regular markers. Dumb.. All along the part now, the hair is broken and looks frizzled and fried. Took the scissors, cut off all the little pieces I could. but now it has that "wiggy" look that it didn't have before.
Have read about fixing frizzy synthetics on the net, but never about if there's a way to fix a frizzy part. So far, besides cutting, tried smoothing it with a…Continue
Added by jen on September 20, 2018 at 8:58pm — No Comments
20 years ago I bought my first Freedom wig and I was in raptures. The hair was absolutely beautiful with great movement and the fit was awesome. I did everything in it, but unfortunately I worked outside most of the day in the heat and after two years I decided it was just too hot to keep wearing it. So I put it away only bringing it out on rare occasions which I switched to lace wigs, then to thin skin wigs which became my favourite because it stayed on without glue or tape much like the…Continue
Added by Pat on September 16, 2018 at 3:16am — No Comments