My personal experience with hair loss is my inspiration and motivation. It is the foundation for my goals and actions today and everyday. As a teenager, I developed alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss and has no known cause or cure. By age 21, I had lost all of my hair. At that time, I was working in a high-profile professional position and struggled to maintain my self-esteem in the face of society's expectations.
Peggy, any thought ever to making your cool solutions, and maybe even the gripper more affordable for everyone by using other hair types? I know you use only the best european hair available..and I imagine it feels like "heaven"!! I could never afford that, and would have to "settle" for something less. I would love the cap style of the cool solutions, tho. My other concern is for someone my age (60) Sssshhhh...don't tell...Even if one could afford the best hair it would seem that hair type was really appropriate for younger women. I see women my age and their hair looks like "older" hair..no getting around it..So even if the hair system looked perfect, and the hairline was undetectable, I feel the quality of the hair would give it away that it wasn't hair that would naturally be on the head of someone "older". Any thoughts? Thanks so much...oh, even being 'older'...if I could afford it, I would buy in a heartbeat...who cares if it is beautiful young looking hair !!! (: The hair looks super on you !!! So very pretty. Just wish I could afford it.
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