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briflea

66d

After losing my hair to chemotherapy, I'm starting to explore wig options. soooo many options!! . Can anyone share their experience with finding a wig? Any recommendations for brands or tips? thank you!!

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    • WonderW

      66d

      Make a day out of it, try different styles and lengths, take a good friend with you, buy new clothes... 👖🧥🥻👩‍🦰

    • WonderW

      66d

      Make a day out of it, try different styles and lengths, take a good friend with you, buy new clothes... 👖🧥🥻👩‍🦰

    • Linabakina

      66d

      chose one that felt comfortable and looked like my natural hair. Synthetic wigs were easier for me to maintain. Also, investing in a good wig cap helped keep it in place and made it more comfortable to wear.

    • olga_wen

      66d

      I visited a specialty shop where they helped me try on different styles and explained how to care for them.

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One user shared their experience saying, "Human hair, lace front wigs are easier to buy online these days and more affordable (mine last about a year). I started looking for the benefits of being a wig wearer. I don't have 'bad hair days', I don't spend money on hair cuts or dye jobs, I can sleep later in the morning, and it takes me less time to get ready in the morning." Another user mentioned finding fun wigs and headwear as a way to cope with hair loss due to chemotherapy.

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