There are lots of reasons why women lose hair and I wrote a post about it here. Sometimes using a premium hair wigs is the only option.We have experienced hair loss in our family. Star lost her hair when she had her operation and then suffered from alopecia which caused her hair to fall out for ages afterwards.
But you don’t need to have hair loss to wear wigs. When my girls were younger I got friendly with one of the mum’s in the school playground and she had the most gorgeous long hair, it really was stunning. One day she brought her girls around for a play date and I was genuinely shocked when she took off her hair, well most of it. She wore a hairpiece daily, and I’d really thought it was her real hair.
When I was around 15 years old my really good friend, we’ll call him Little D, agreed to let me colour his hair. We used food colouring in a bright green. I don’t know why we did it, I guess we thought is would be fun. It hadn’t had any affect on my mousy brown hair, but it worked lovely on his fair hair. I told him it would wash out the next morning but it lasted a week! And he washed his hair every day. I did feel guilty but he was fine about it, even when he got into trouble at school. Little D. if you ever read this, you really were my best friend, and I’m sorry.
My eldest daughter has experimented in all sorts of hair colour but if you want a change and are not sure about your own hair you could always try wigs for women. The availability of lovely wigs always amazes me and I’m tempted to try one myself as I’ve never been happy with my hair. Maybe I’ll try a grey one just to see what my hair would look like if I stopped colouring my roots?
What’s the strangest colour you’ve had on your hair?
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post but all words, thoughts and opinions are mine.