When I think about my hair I smile. Seriously, I’m extremely vain when it comes to my hair. I’m truly blessed. When reading about Turban Diva & Laurie Andreoni I started to cry. I can’t imagine being diagnosed with cancer & losing something that is truly a part of me. I know for a lot of people being sick would be the biggest problem but to see myself day to day not looking like myself would be so tough.
Years after receiving a degree in Fashion Merchandising, I made a complete career change to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic West. Losing my hair brought me full circle to create something that heals on another level.
Clearly Laurie knew what she was doing because she’s built a busniess not just for women who have lost their hair but for women who really love her products. I personally used to wrap scarves around my fair colored scalp whenever we went to the beach…back when I laid out in the sun without SPF. I promise I haven’t done that since I was 16.
Here I am wearing a black headband with hot pink flowers. I love that this is soft & flexible. I don’t have many headbands I could fall asleep in! I also love the it can be washed & just looks cute on!
This is the basic black turban set. You get a little black cap that fits over your head securely (can also be worn alone) with a little bit of rouging. I personally wear it towards the back but do what you like! Next you wrap the second piece which looks a lot like a scarf but made of the same material however you like. I’ve always liked a twist in the front.
I’m celebrating my fifth year of thriving beyond cancer, sharing Titillating Turbans with women worldwide. I look forward to the day when the only reason women wear them is for fashion. In the meantime, it’s my mission to make the difficult ordeal of chemo, alopecia and hair loss less stressful.