Preparing for Hairloss

Preparing for Hairloss        Things to Consider          Look Good Feel Better

 

Part of the healing process begins with being positive and comfortable with who you see in the mirror.  I will guide you through each step with beauty techniques and hair replacement options.  Private and group sessions are fun and help you improve your self-esteem, manage treatment related side effects and recovery with greater confidence.  You will enjoy a confidential session meeting other women experiencing similar situations in a private setting with a trained beauty advisor.

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When is the best time for me to get hair help?  This is a personal decision, but many women perfer to go before they actually experience hair loss. This will also enable the wig specialist to see your natural hair color, style, and discuss the of the options available to you. 

For some time now wigs have gotten a bad rap... today's wigs and hairpieces are not like your mothers or grandmothers wigs.  Now, wigs are made with quality synthetic materials and human hair that are vertually undetectable.  You do not have to spend thousands of dollars to have a great looking wig.  Janise, The Hair Lady offers a large variety of quality wigs and designers at affordable prices.  It isn't always true that you pay more for a better wig. There are lots of factors that are to be considered. 

Be open minded about the color.  You may be thinking "I'd never wear a blonde, dark, or auburn color, but then once you have it on ... it could be the most flattering shade you've ever had."  The beautiful thing with a wig is you can have just about any color you could imagine.

Wig Consult with Janise Crow, The Hair LadyToday's wigs are light, airy, and very stylish ranging from the classic short to long flowing locks.  They don't look wiggy at all.  Very little trimming or thinning is necessary. Customizing the bangs and around your face is usually.  Wigs can be cut to your desired style just like your own hair, so don't be afraid to ask The Hair Lady to shape your wig the way you'd like it. When trying on wigs try styling the hair yourself, if you like your hair tucked behind your ears, tuck; if you part your hear, recomb the hair that way, like the curls smooth or piecy... rearrange it that way.  Personalizing with your style is all it takes. 

The largest selection of wigs come in an Average size, Janise, The Hair Lady, can fit and alter your wig to achieve a comfortable fit.  A properly fitted wig would not have any gaps or extra cap material that doesn't contour to your head.

Consider what type of budget you have for a wig. Keep in mind most insurance companies will reimburse for a "cranial prosthesis" acompanied with writen perscription from your doctor.  The American Cancer Society offers a wig program

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Preparing for Hair Loss
I'm starting to loose my hair, should I shave my head? Seeing your hair come loose from the scalp can be overwhelming and uncomfortable. Many expeience itching and tingling. To help with this I suggest cutting your hair short (NOT SHAVED) leaving at least 1/2" to 1" of hair.  This short hair will be a easier to care for, protect your scalp and will not cause scalp irriatation caused by a razor.

I hear wigs are not comfortable, what can I expect?  I would say  wearing a wig feels like wearing a hat. Putting something new on your head will take some getting used to.  To ensure the most comfortable fit consider one of the accessories that could hlp ou with any specific problems you may be experiencing.

How do I keep the wig on? Once your wig is properly fitted with any alterations needed and fits snugly (not tight) to your head, it will not slip or move with normal wear.  Some like the feeling of a wig liner under their wig. If you prefer you can add tape or sure stick to your scalp/wig for extra security.  more wig info

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