For the estimated 30 million women in the United States who suffer from hair loss, making a great first impression can be a challenge. We understand personally what it feels like to spend hours picking out a wig, only to realize after we buy it that it’s ill-fitting, uncomfortable, and looks very unnatural. We know the fear that overtakes us when the wind picks up, wondering if this will be the day the breeze takes our hair with it. We know the frustration of having to analyze every activity of the day before leaving the house because hair simply isn’t a part of our lives. And let’s not forget the trepidation we experience when we visit a traditional hair or beauty salon, knowing we’ll likely be the center of prying eyes and the subject of murmurs and whispers.
The search for a solution is an ongoing, arduous battle. We hear the same words every day from well-meaning people: “It’s just hair.” Or, “why can’t you just get a wig?” For those without hair loss challenges, hair is easy to take for granted. But what happens to those of us who long to look and feel normal, those of us on the margins of the hair and beauty industry? Is there a home for us?
Enter The World of Couture Hair Extensions and Hair Replacement.