You deserve to feel feminine, confident and comfortable in your own skin. Our goal is to provide you with the advice, tips, resources and tools needed to get you there.

We understand the deep fear and emotional pain that can come with this diagnosis, and know what it can take from you. But it doesn’t have to define or isolate you.

Bald Girl Do Lunch’s highest priority is ensuring that every woman with alopecia areata in America gets the support she needs to restore self-confidence, learn and thrive.

Alopecia Education

There is a lot of alopecia information to sort through—good and bad, fact and fiction—and also plenty of clinical information that comes across as confusing unless you hold a medical degree. We want to make it easy to understand no matter what phase you’re in.

Beauty & Style

You want to feel beautiful but it can be hard to accept yourself again after losing your hair. From learning to cover up small bald spots to wearing scarves to apply makeup that stays put, our workshops, resources and advice will give you a new sense of self.

Navigate Your Alopecia Journey

From diagnosis through acceptance, you will have questions and we will strive to provide you with answers. It will be up to you to decide what the best answer is given your own circumstances, but you will not be left on your own to figure everything out.

Friends & Family

Even the most well-meaning person can say the wrong thing after you’ve been diagnosed with alopecia areata. We provide resources for your friends and family members to help them understand what you’re going through and how they can support you.


You need helpful and accurate information so your questions aren’t left to guesswork and assumptions. As the first non-profit devoting all its resources to the emotional and practical needs of women with alopecia areata, count on us as your go-to resource.