Some people dream - We make it happen.
Wig Donations: Hairs-2-U provides wigs, hats, and hairpieces to women and children experiencing an illness that leads to hair loss. This service is provided exclusively for the uninsured and under-served.
Custom wig fittings: Cutting, styling cleaning and private consultation where we determine the style, appropriate color, and custom fit your wig. These services are implemented in a professional & compassionate atmosphere.
Wig education: We educate our clients on the different fibers and configurations the wigs are made of, the difference between human hair and synthetic wigs. We also take time to make sure the client knows how to put the wig on properly, shampoo and store it.
Zoom Consultations: Email us for an appointment
"While in the hospital a third of my hair had to be shaved off. Although, I was thankful to be discharged, after being hospitalized for a week and recovering from the traumatic events that lead up to it, I was not feeling very confident and with most of my hair missing I really did not feel attractive. Having had no previous experience with wigs I was not sure where to start. After reading a review on Yelp, the Chemo Cap Store, sounded like the perfect place to begin my introduction. From the minute I walked in the store, Lois the owner, made me feel welcomed and comfortable. She took away any of the embarrassment and shame I had been feeling about my appearance and made the whole process of choosing a wig delightfully fun. She sat me down, tied up what remaining hair I had underneath a stocking cap and began to try on all sorts of different styles. Each successive wig was better than the next. The whole experience was exciting and enjoyable. I began to feel beautiful for the first time in a long time. She suggested one wig and the moment she put it on me I knew it was the one. I have never felt more confident or alive then I do now. Lois has the unique ability to change people's lives and she does so with grace, humility and compassion."
A Customer who wished to remain Anonymous