Firstly, I would like to wish you all the best for the new year, new baby, new house and basically new life. I am also a nurse, however, your dreams and passions have truly come to fruition and I am sincerely proud of you. I have been wearing wigs for years. Working "free" as a USA RN in Africa, I was infected with malaria. Initially, I tries wrapping ace bandages around my head,, to relieve the pressure of my head swelling. Finally, I tried wigs and they are a blessing. My question to you is how do make sure they really stay on? When my head swells up, the wigs tend to go backward - in other words, my bangs end up on the top of my forehead.
My experience with wigs has been that they significantly reduce malaria induced headaches. Perhaps a market that you have not realized.
I have never seen wigs as beautiful as yours. My hair colour and length is very similar to yours. Would you perhaps be prepared to sell one of your wigs, that you no longer wear? I am most interested if I will get more relief from cerebral edema wearing the most beautiful wigs I have ever seen. I believe your market for wigs emcompasess not only chemo patients or individuals with various health issues.
As a nurse, I feel that something that truly improves the patients' image and serves to relieve a variety of health related issues is a blessing.
I realize that you are quite busy. If at all possible, I would be delighted to hear from you.
Happy New Year to you and yours. May you be blessed with health, prosperity and love.
With kind regards, Danijela Zeremsky