“I just found out I have cancer and my oncologist told me my hair will fall out. How do I pick out a wig?!”
I think almost all women ask this question when they start chemo. I know I did and I went through quite a bit of trial and error before finding the perfect wig. I’ve been asked about wigs more times than I can count so I decided to share some of the tips I’ve learned over the past few months:
I wish someone had told me these things early on in my wig-hunting days so if you know someone going through chemo, please feel free to share this with them!
I’ve been in contact with the company and they offered to give 10% off of their wigs to any other cancer patients who may be in need of one. Use coupon code Crys10 for the discount.
Please note: I’m NOT getting paid for this post or for any sales made with the coupon code, but they did send me the wig for free and asked for my honest review. Read below for more details.
About the Jenny Synthetic wig: The synthetic hair feels very natural and soft, but it also has a lot more body and volume than real hair usually does. I love how bouncy the hair is and I get compliments on my hair every time I wear this wig. The lace front allows you to part your hair any way you want to while keeping the natural hairline look. The lace makes it look like each strand of hair is actually coming out of you head. This is something I always look for when picking out a wig. I think either a lace front wig or a wig with bangs is necessary to help the wig look real. The color of the hair is a bit darker than my hair normal is, but the highlights help to lighten it up a bit. The wig came packaged very nicely and the box included a brush specifically for the wig. I’ve learned that there are specific brushes you should use on wigs so it’s nice that one was included in the package. Overall, the Jenny synthetic wig is a very nice, quality wig!