March 18th, 2018 by Chassin
We’ve got a seat for you! Friendship, research news, beauty and more with Thea Chassin: Live Well with Alopecia™ tips for Spring 2018.
- • Who understands alopecia? Women like you!
- • Learn fashion tips and tricks for your wigs, hairstyles and head wraps
- • We’ve got you covered: best brow shapes, faking a lash line and makeup demo
- • Be comfy. Be yourself. We love all options: wear your wigs, hair, hats or bald look
March 17th, 2018 by Chassin
Got alopecia? Join Bald Girls Do Lunch CEO, Thea Chassin, for friendship, camaraderie and her Live Well with Alopecia™ Spring 2018 tips.
- • Meet locals like yourself who understand the challenges of alopecia.
- • Get answers to questions about living with alopecia and treatment regimens.
- • Need eyebrow help? We’ve got you covered with our BGBrows demo.
- • Be comfy. Be yourself. We love all options: wear your wigs, hair, hats or bald look.
December 13th, 2015 by Chassin
Super cute video from the Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation. With puppets and children, any child you know will understand your alopecia much better from this video: Watch HERE Ages 4-12.
September 11th, 2015 by Chassin
Documentary Pinkham: Finding Lifelong Passion After Alopecia
Film “Pinkham” by Cineastas features woman with alopecia in Portland, Oregon.
August 31st, 2015 by Chassin
Tackling the first year with #alopecia areata head on. How Christine nailed it and told her boss! http://bgdl.org/1LRZA8U
July 29th, 2014 by Chassin
For a personal look at how two women are living (and thriving) with Alopecia, check out these stories on the blog:
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November 11th, 2013 by Chassin
Could super-superficial jabber about celeb hairstyle changes be just the right opening to get your conversation started?
Changing a wig-wardrobe is not a one-size-fits-all situation for every woman with AA. At one end of the spectrum are those terrified of changing their look, simply due to fear of change and drawing attention to themselves. At the other end are people who justifiably require a consistent look for professional reasons. Yet, there’s a vast territory in between. Where are you on this spectrum? Are you doing what you want on your own terms?