With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, it is important to discuss solutions for those who may be looking for a solution to hair loss due to cancer treatment. For many, wigs can be beneficial in helping you get back your self-esteem.
According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc:
- October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease.
- It is important that everyone know about breast cancer and how they can help or what to do for early detection, as well as support after a breast cancer diagnosis.
Wigs are Beneficial for Restoring Confidence
We realize how hard it can be for those who have hair loss from cancer treatment. For many, it affects their self-esteem and may make them feel uncomfortable. With a wig, it helps in getting some of that confidence back. Some are comfortable wearing a scarf or going out natural, even with hair loss. But others want to be seen as normal as possible.
That is not to say that hair loss is abnormal – far from it. But for many, they are not comfortable with losing their hair and need a solution that allows them to feel good about themselves. There is no right or wrong answer – it is how you feel and want to look that is the deciding factor on choosing a wig.
Choose a Wig Made with Natural Hair
If you do wish to choose a wig, a 100% natural human hair wig allows you to do your hair and style it how you are used to. Not only does it look natural, but these wigs are also more lightweight and feel better on your scalp. You can blow dry, curl, and flat iron 100% human hair wigs, which will allow you to maintain your typical hair care routine.
Choosing the Right Wig for You
Transitions wigs are specifically created with your needs in mind. Each one has a smaller cap and base and is 100 percent human hair. We also create them according to your amount of hair loss and specific type of hair loss. If you would like to learn more about the different wig options available to you, please request a free private, confidential consultation with a Transitions professional hair loss specialist by clicking here.