6 ways to improve your topper wearing experience

Buying your first, second, or even tenth hair topper can be stressful. Not to mention trying to adjust to wearing a new (or new to you) piece. Some of the biggest issues you might face include: discomfort from the clips; not knowing how to style your new hair; or feeling insecure about your sudden lushContinue reading “6 ways to improve your topper wearing experience”

A turning point toward healing

Alopecia and other forms of medical hair loss can be a dark and perilous journey. It is one that is often misunderstood by those around us which can also make it feel lonely. I recall feeling earlier on that it would consume my entire life and that I would never be able to live aContinue reading “A turning point toward healing”

Ask a Seller: Featuring Lucie Ritchie from Rediscover Hair

Lucie Ritchie, owner of Rediscover Hair, a Canadian brand, is here for a Q&A, answering my questions, and those from some folks who follow me on Instagram

Making the choice whether to treat your hair loss- Part 1

This is Part 1 of a 3 part series about treatment options for hair loss. Check back for guest posts soon where 2 other women from the hair loss community share their experiences with medical management of thinning hair! Chances are, if you are early on in your hair loss journey, you have treatment onContinue reading “Making the choice whether to treat your hair loss- Part 1”

5 things you can do RIGHT NOW to help you cope with hair loss and body image issues

Hair loss can have a significant impact on one’s body image. The 2 are inextricably linked. Body image, or the way we see and feel about ourselves, has implications when it comes to self-esteem and confidence. Poor self-esteem can be so pervasive in our everyday lives that it impacts our mood, thoughts, interactions with others,Continue reading “5 things you can do RIGHT NOW to help you cope with hair loss and body image issues”

Grief and hair loss

So what is it like to lose your hair as a young woman? I can only speak for myself, but I have connected virtually with hundreds of other Alopecians who have gone through it as well. There is a grieving process…not only grieving the loss of our hair, but also grieving the loss of many other related things be they relationships, confidence, our self of sense, and missed opportunities.

Wide headbands: A hair loss girl’s bff

Here’s one thing I’ll bet most women with hair loss have in their arsenal of hair products: a wide headband.  These are also known as “boho headbands,” “sports headbands”, “tube headbands”.  Whatever you call them, they are a godsend! You can find just about any style, pattern or colour.  Some are “turban” style or knotted. Continue reading “Wide headbands: A hair loss girl’s bff”

Elle’s Hair Loss Story

I’ve had a rocky relationship with my hair since late childhood when my hair turned from straight and blonde to curly and brown.  I didn’t know how to care for it.  I got teased for rocking a “tomboy” look because I would slick it back in a bun everyday because I didn’t know what elseContinue reading “Elle’s Hair Loss Story”