• 11, January, 2016 08:54:34

     Alopecia and Wedding Hair

    Age 14 I started to lose my hair, I saw all sorts of specialists, none could say or do anything to make my hair come back, after a few different treatments I decided to bite the bullet and get a wig! It’s actually the best thing I could have done, my confidence grew and I felt more like a regular teenager instead of standing out.When I was 15 I met Paul, I’d had a couple of “boyfriends” if that’s what you can call them. None of which truly understood my hair loss and the way it affected me deep down. From day one ...
  • 17, January, 2016 09:42:57

     My New Hair

    Emma Romans of Betty Brown Wigs joins a national network to support women with medical hair loss.Emma has completed an intensive one day wig personalisation course led by leading hairdresser Trevor Sorbie at the L’Oreal Professional head quarters in London.  Emma and her team not only received intensive direction on working with and fitting wigs for clients with Trevor Sorbie himself, she has also taken  part in a communications workshop lead by cancer nurses from The Communication Equation Ltd. who are experienced in helping people improve their communication skills, particularly when dealing with sensitive and difficult situations. An invaluable part ...
  • 11, January, 2016 08:48:58

     My Alopeica experience

    Hi, my name is Beth, I’m 25 and have been suffering with hair loss since I was 14 years old.I know youngsters encounter bullying in and out of school. There’s nothing worse while you're young to feel different or ugly. Most days at school before I lost my hair, I would be complimented on how great my hair was, it was long thick and wavy. It sounds silly but that was what I missed hearing the most. I was so proud of my hair, I had no idea why I was losing it every day. For months I managed to cover up ...