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Can I Really Wear a Wig?

I'm nervous about wearing a wig.

I have cancer and I'm losing my hair.

thought only people with cancer wear wigs?

I don't have any issues with my hair. 

I don't want to have to "do" my hair.

I don't have a lot of money.

I'm completely bald.

I have a flat head (ie: no occipital bone).

I'm too young.

I'm too old.

I don't want it to look "wiggy?"


Yes, you can wear a wig!

No matter what you might be thinking,

feeling or worried about,

there is a wig that is perfect for you! 

Can Wear a Wig!

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If you take a look at my school pictures and watch the progression, you will begin to understand why I have never loved my super thin, straggly hair and why I rarely took the time to do it!  As an extremely "non-morning person," I haven't been fond of getting up any sooner than I have to, which has always decreased my getting ready time. I'm not going to lie, I wore my "fancy" hats (with a big doily and flower) and alternated days with my exercise bandanas, regularly, just so I didn't have to wake up early to do my hair. I wasn't allowed to wear a hat or bandana when I taught, but I wore them any chance I could. My husband calls any hat I wear a depression hat, which that isn't far from the truth.  As I was nearing forty, I began posting morning hair selfies on my social media page and not long after my cousin wrote to me privately, demanding I stop. "You're never going to get a husband if you keep posting photos like that."


Well, I actually did find me a husband and he loved my crazy morning hair posts, but the truth was, I still loathed my hair. Regrettably, I didn't begin wearing wigs until recently, during a time of financial strife. Going to a hair salon was not in our budget at the time, so I took matters into my own hands and torched my biological hair. Inevitably, trying to save money, cost me  a whole lot more, and my hair went from big bird yellow, to platinum blonde, to a purple grey to singed. I desperately wanted my Texas blonde back

and I didn't know what to do.


That faux pas led me to wigs, and while I thought the"wig-thing" would be temporary, I will never go back to doing my own hair. Whatever the reason, you don't need to have crazy hair, ugly hair or no hair at all to wear wigs.

Anyone can wear wigs and everyone should try them!


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