Here is my newly created FB page for Bald Beautified Warriors!!
Head full, hair less and anywhere in between makes me
no nevermind! We all have something to learn, add and share!!
One of my goals is to provide information about living with,
going through, concerned about and just damned unsure what's
going on with our hair that ALL women can relate to.
No shame! No blame! Are my only two stipulations!!
Want to discover what it takes to be a Warrior??
Join me Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 8pm for a FB
Warrior Live Session of Q & A!!
Don't miss this first Warrior Live Q&A
Like and follow My Bald Game Is Tight on Facebook
Exercise and hair!!! Ugghhhh....I remember those days. Here is a website for those of you are looking for answers about the best way to do both.
What is our favorite hairstyle for exercise?? The ponytail!! Here is an article about traction alopecia, how that beautiful tight ponytail might just be helping us shed more than pounds. Have a read and check your ponytail!!
Bald Girls Do Lunch is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for the women today and to inspiring the women of tomorrow living with alopecia areata.
By bringing them together at lunches, dinners and events where they can meet others who are living with autoimmune disease (often for the first time in their lives), we strive to enhance self-esteem, self-confidence and sense of community while also increasing their capacity to effectively manage the various aspects of living with alopecia areata.
Furthermore, we seek to improve the acceptance of bald women nationally and internationally by increasing public awareness, knowledge and understanding of alopecia areata. We educate with resources for coping, talking and answering common questions and concerns.
We foster healthy living with practical tips for talking about alopecia areata and provide real world experiences
Meet Dr. Amy McMichael. She is a Professor and Chair in the Department of Dermatology and Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston Salem, NC.
Her clinical specialty in the Department of Dermatology is skin of color and hair disorders.
She is passionate about educating and empowering her patient's with the knowledge of their options about skin and hair medical concerns.
Thank you Dr. McMichael for all you do to educate and elevate women about hair loss through education! You are a true Warrior!!