We are warriors.
The Pink Wig has changed each of our lives in very special ways.
These are our stories.
I loved my pink wig. It was truly the only wig I wore. I felt happy and truly alive when I wore it. It made other people smile as well. It makes cancer seem less scary somehow. I wore this wig at school, out to dinner, and it even landed me on the cover of a local magazine! I tell everyone about your organization. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
Jennifer Tolles Perry
I received my wig today. My daughter was immediately in love with it, then she told me I looked like lady Gaga. Thanks so much for this amazing gift!! P.S. Husband liked it as well.
Sharondalyn Tweeta Newton
I received my pink wig yesterday late afternoon. Thank you much! I wore it today for the first time. Even added eyebrows to my face. I haven't seen them for a while, either! Glad I did. I seem so much more myself than I have in many, many months.
Got my wig today and I LOVE IT! Thank you so much, it really brightened my day!
I came across this brand and I just fell in love. My mom passed away from breast cancer when I was 13 and every year I have tried to do something cool in her honor and in honor of breast cancer awareness. In 2018, I ran the Chicago full marathon with Team Bright Pink and raised $1,500 in 1.5 weeks through my followers, close friends, and family. This year, I plan to endorse your brand!
I wore my wig last night to a charity function and loved it.
I was in the waiting room one day - there was this older lady there with a pink wig. She looked fabulous!!!! She was rockin' this pink wig. I went up to her to compliment her. I told her she looks adorable and I want to be just like her. This was early in my treatment, so I was struggling with hair loss and what to wear; wig / turban / hat / etc. but, I saw her and my eyes just lit up.
I am a person that lives life in rainbows. I always dye my hair funky colors and have always tried to be a light in people's lives both at work and outside of work. To be able to carry on with a light of color would mean so much during a difficult time.
I want to show my Daughter’s (4&9yr old) that just because I am battling breast cancer and lost my hair I am still strong, fun and will survive!
I live in a small town and if I go to Walmart wearing my blonde wig they ask each other “ is that her hair or a wig”? With a pink wig There’s no guessing and let’s just give them something to talk about… :)
I am a warrior!!! And this wig will be my armor…
I really like the idea of wearing a pink wig. I feel like it's a beautiful and bold way of saying to the world, "I've got cancer, I lost all my hair, and I'm going to beat this beast!"
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