If you get a chance to go to a Headwrappers workshop, go!  Before I went, I thought I was just going to learn how to tie a turban and other head scarves, but it was so much more and such a great laugh, I'm so pleased I went.

Acting as model for the head scarf.
As female baldness is generally taboo in Western society, when going through cancer treatment, you're faced with the dilemma of how to cover your head, an issue Matt never had to face.

Thankfully there's a myriad of options, from scarves, to turbans and specially designed chemo caps and hats.

Headwrappers brings ladies together in a non threatening environment so you can comfortably get bald together, learn how to tie scarves and try on a bunch of stuff so you don't end up ordering head wear that make you look like a cancer victim rather than a person rocking a turban.  Thank you so much for organising Chris, it was a really enjoyable and useful couple of hours.

Rocking the Farah Fawcett look with a head scarf with velcro fringe!

Diamante beanie from Hats4Heads with hair piece!
Anna hat and wrap by Headwear4hairloss

Triple band bamboo hat by HeadscarvesbyCiara
Freda by Haz Wrapz and Bagz

Mantra long scarf by Trendco
Little Britain eat your heart out!!!


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