Hair is something that all women have struggled with at one point. We can’t decide whether to curl it, straighten it, throw it up, or just go natural. Our hair is our personal statement that connects us to our identities. So, what happens when you lose it?
Kate Ambrosi, 26, was a lawyer celebrating a recent move to New York City and her first wedding anniversary when her life was interrupted by breast cancer. Most women never have to think about losing their hair. We tend to assume our hair will always remain a part of us. But when faced with an unexpected health diagnosis, women must learn how to cope with the loss of an ingredient of their uniqueness.
"I tried hard to prepare myself for this, but it was especially difficult because only a month before I had lost both my breasts and already felt like a 'freak.' Damaged, and defective, now this was going to be one more physical sign of cancer, that everyone else would notice." -Debbie, LA
Women are often tasked with the responsibility to be “beautiful.” But when you lose one of the things that makes you feel beautiful, then it’s time to start redefining your recipe of what beauty is. Experiment. Take control of the life you want to live by learning how to feel comfortable in your own skin again. Reinvent yourself. Branch out try new things, new styles, new colors. Find what suits you and go from there.
“What makes you feel beautiful isn’t something that other people define for you.”-Elly Mayday
Tis the season of boundary pushing possibilities and decorative impulses with conviction-while its beautiful to go bare, it’s beautiful to have options.
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9 Women on the stylish possibilities of hair loss