How Lace Wigs Transform the Insecurity of Women Suffering from Different Forms of Alopecia

You’re brushing your hair in the morning, and you notice more hair on the brush than usual. It’s not just a one-time thing; it’s a pattern. With every passing day, you realize the truth – you’re losing your hair.

That’s the start of alopecia, a silent yet profound challenge that doesn’t just affect your appearance but affects the very core of who you are.

You need medical treatment, but you also need a quick fix for your appearance, such as lace wigs. So, let’s explore how lace wigs can transform your insecurity into confidence. Continue reading

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“In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Karen Mitchell, CEO of True Indian Hair hosted her annual
“True Strength” makeover and dinner for breast cancer survivors dealing with alopecia 🙌🏿 Her mission was born from her own personal loss and a desire to give back 🙏🏿 #BreastCancerAwareness”

True Indian Hair hosts annual ‘True Strength’ Glam Day for breast cancer survivors

For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Karen Mitchell, CEO of True Indian Hair, the luxury hair extension and wig company, gives survivors a day and night to remember.

In partnership with Mecca Moore-Henson, publisher of Pynk Magazine, and Dr. Bobbi Peterson, dentist and founder of Big Mouth Toothbrush company, Mitchell hosts “True Strength,” an annual makeover and dinner for cancer survivors who develop alopecia.

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True Indian Hair featured on Byrdie’s list of best hair extensions

BYRDIE – The 15 Best Hair Extensions of 2023
A quick scroll of True Indian Hair’s social media will give you an idea of the kind of star power  invested in the brand. Sourced from Brazil and donors at Indian temples, the brand’s extensions come in various textures, colors, styles, and closures. True Indian has the tresses to match any hair vision.

Lizzo’s Mod High Ponytail Is Giving 1960s Barbie

Lizzo posed pretty in fuchsia pink as she attended a screening of her Prime Video series, Watch Out For The Big Grrrls, for Emmy Award consideration on June 3. This time, she paid tribute to a decade filled with an endless array of cinematic hairstyles. With a touch of Barbie, the artist poised the premier with a 1960s-inspired updo perfect for the occasion.

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