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CALLING ALL STYLIST!!

Inspiration comes in many forms and from many different sources.  But when it comes to fashion, more often than not, our inspiration for the clothes we buy and the style we choose comes from the glossy pages of a fashion magazine, glamorous images from web pages, or from the television and movie screens. ...
August 17th, 2010 | 4women.com | Read More

GENERAL HOSPITAL MISSES THE BOAT!

Hollywood continues to pass up opportunities to portray women without hair in a fashionable and dignified manner.  General Hospital’s current series has fictional character Shirley Smith undergoing chemotherapy for brain cancer. Shirley has lost all of her hair and is seen wearing an outdated turban...
July 21st, 2010 | 4women.com | Read More

ALOPECIA CONFERENCE: A UNIQUE PERSEPCTIVE BY JILLIAN WALKER

Bustling and bursting with herds of people per usual, Atlanta INTL airport was thankfully the last layover before Susan and I would arrive in Indianapolis for the 2010 National Alopecia Areata Foundation (NAAF) Conference. Just before boarding the final leg of our flight, Susan became aware that...
July 7th, 2010 | 4women.com | Read More

HAIR OBSESSION!

Has anyone else out there tuned in to any of last week’s Today Show series on women and hair, titled “It’s All About Hair”? I happened to catch the Thursday, June 3rd piece discussing why women are obsessed with their hair. I’d like to share some of the thoughts and responses I found...
June 10th, 2010 | 4women.com, Cancer Blogs | Read More

A LITTLE EYEBROW HISTORY!

Have you ever considered why your eyebrows are such an important feature on your face? Consider this – almost 50% of communication is done non-verbally. We tend to use many parts of our body to communicate, however, our face is arguably the most expressive part of our body.  Our eyes alone...
May 24th, 2010 | 4women.com | Read More

MAY 9th – A DAY OF APPRECIATION AND AWARENESS

Mothers Day is a day to reflect on our love for Mom and to recognize that nothing else contributes to our own strengths, confidence and ability to love than having been loved deeply and unconditionally by our Mothers.  Mothers Day has also become a day of activism among women and families touched...
May 9th, 2010 | 4women.com | Read More

COLOR ME HAPPY, PLEASE!

Color, color everywhere – what does it all mean? Color is an integral part of our lives from the age of 2 months when we begin to distinguish individual colors as well as the rest of the world! Our color memory is filled with associative hues from birthday balloons, cupcakes, the 4th of July,...
April 28th, 2010 | 4women.com | Read More

Hair Loss and Anticipatory Coping Survey

TAKE THIS SHORT SURVEY! Help us to help others!  I receive daily testimonials from around the world about the way in which our beaubeau™ scarves make a huge difference for women faced with medical hair loss. I am thanked for providing a fashionable option that allows women to maintain their...
April 9th, 2010 | 4women.com | Read More

Has anyone seen Katie and Suri Holmes in a Certain Headscarf?

At four years of age the majority of kids have conquered some of life’s most important skills: talking, walking, potty training and maybe even a bit of reading and writing!  If your parents are Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, however, your four year old skills may include a keen fashion sense which...
April 3rd, 2010 | 4women.com | Read More

Bald Love

MOTH AND BUTTERFLY by Terese Weir Ever look in an empty cocoon as a most glorious butterfly leaves it? I’ll bet there’s a mirror in it. When a woman loses her hair, which for her has been a safe haven and the only part of her body she truly believes is spectacular, she desperately wants to trust...
March 18th, 2010 | 4women.com, Cancer Blogs | Read More