Our free gift code for you for Bald Girls’ 6th Birthday!
Use code: “Happy Birthday” in the comments field for your exclusive BGDL Brow Brush.
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Wowee! We see 6 candles on our cake, but vastly huge outreach in the USA and beyond to those affected by alopecia through every medium: tv, radio, phone support, skype, e-newsletter, in person events, tweets, fb, wig and style workshops, speeches and more!
We’re sending you a BGDL brow brush (value $12). With your year-end tax deductible donation to BGDL of $36 (or more) our awesome brush is yours. USA and Canada ship free.
Happiest of wishes for the season!
Thank you for helping us build a bigger and better world of support,
Talking about anything to anyone in a close relationship can be tough….often the closer the connection the harder to get the conversation started. Follow the sage advice of “How to Talk so Kids Will Listen and Listen so Kids Will Talk” to open up a lifestyle of better communications than you ever thought possible. It’s not always about alopecia….it’s about matching your message to the listening style of the recipient.
Use alopecia as a reason to get to know your best colors for clothing and accessories. The boost to your self confidence will lift not only that day, but every day.
No hair? So no shampoo? You, too, can use free, hotel shower-caps for travel convenience. Read more.
There are a bunch of options so try the ones that fit your mood and comfort zone.
#1 If you live bald, go bald.
#2 If you travel bald, but wear wigs for comfort to/from or in the airport itself, plop on a wig to walk through screening and then take it off. Old wigs are good for this purpose. Stuff’m in your carry on.
#3 If you travel and fly with a scarf or a scarf/hat layered effect, take it off at screening, put it in the bin and walk through bald. No one cares about you or your head. Fetch your scarf from the bin at the end of the conveyer and put it on because believe it or not….this is a normal thing to do!
#4 However, if you want to be stopped, patted down and delayed by the procedures of TSA then make a big deal about it, tell everyone at screening, act nervous and draw attention to yourself that you have on a wig.
#5 It is entirely normal to have hair in a passport photo and none and your head and walk through screening as if this, too, is 100% normal. TSA is looking at your eyes not your head.
#6 Flying long haul and horizontal in a flat bed across the world? Take off your hair. Put on a comfy sleep hat. Have a really nice snooze and arrive refreshed!
#7 Have a great vacation wherever your travels take you!
The benefits of research are not immediate.
Here’s one of the many ways contributions to Bald Girls Do Lunch raise public awareness and help people with alopecia live a better life today.
To support our end of year fund-raising campaign, click Donate Now at right. Or visit FirstGiving.com and choose Bald Girls Do Lunch. With your funds we will do even more in 2013!