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My Story by Karen Green

I was 52 when my hair started falling out. At first, I thought I was imagining the extra hair coming out in the shower, but then I noticed that I was having to clean my hairbrush daily. I started to collect the hair that was falling out, and made an appointment with my GP. I Read the full article…


Washing and Styling your Freedom Wig

How do I wash and style my wigs? Find out by watching the video.


Styling your new Freedom wig

Do Freedom wigs arrive in a style? Freedom wigs arrive without a particular style.  This allows clients to work with a hairdresser, to realise the potential of their wig.  I work with my clients to pick a base colour (or blend of colours), curl preference (from straight through to heavy curl), length (4”-16”) to help recreate Read the full article…


Windy Days and Woolly Hats

Windy days used to be my enemy.  When I was a teacher and had to walk across the playground on a windy day and I needed to have one hand on my head to make sure my wig was secure.  Imagine what my life would have been like if a student had seen my wig Read the full article…


I have my scanner, no more plaster casts

I was very excited to receive my 3D scanner! This allows me to very quickly and simply take an accurate image of your head which is used to make the cap for the Freedom Hair wig. I have put together a short video (see below) to show how easy the process is.  As the scanner is Read the full article…


Hot Weather – No Problem!

I hear of so many people commenting about how uncomfortable their wigs are when the weather is hot.  With their Vapour Permeable caps, Freedom Wigs are simply not a problem.  I wore my wig in Spain last summer when temperatures were above 30˚C and it was so comfortable.  The photo was taken this past May Day bank holiday Read the full article…