Aderans & Trendco

Amanda

leavesOnWaterAmanda had worn ordinary wigs for years until the Freedom wig transformed her world...

A&A were delighted to receive a letter from one of our clients, Amanda, whose life had been forever changed after being fitted wth a Freedom wig.

"I will always be eternally grateful to both of you for introducing me to my fabulous Freedom wig and I wish to take this opportunity to thank you both very sincerely.  I wake up happy every day as the quality of my life has changed beyond recognition.  Instead of suffering the trauma of wearing an ordinary wig, I now feel as though I have been given the gift of a beautiful head of hair with my new Freedom wig and I thank God for letting me get to know you both..."

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Jane

People in sunlightJane, a Brand Manager, reveals how losing her hair and finding a new kind of wig changed her life…

“At the age of 26, I started noticing hair loss in patches.  I went to see my GP but frankly I was none the wiser.  I didn’t think there was a major problem.  Then smaller bald patches started to appear on my scalp followed by hair re-growth - so I was still able to conceal the hair loss.  However, it soon got to the stage where I couldn’t cover up the patches.  My father is a doctor and he recommended going to see a specialist.  Without much support or information, I was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata.  At this point my self-esteem was pretty low, there were no role models like Gail Porter around, but I always assumed my hair would grow back…

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Fiona

thumbFionaFiona was 19 when her hair fell out – but the experience opened some exciting new doors…

“It all started when I was 19 years old.  My mum was doing my hair and she found a bald spot the size of a 50p piece.  We immediately assumed that it was damage caused by dyeing my hair so often.  However, a trip to the hairdresser proved me wrong - they discovered that my whole hairline was disappearing.  It was horrible.  I went straight to the hospital’s skin clinic where they decided to monitor the bald patches.  Because I still had my eyelashes and eyebrows, the medical specialists assumed I was suffering from Alopecia Areata.  So I tried different treatment creams but nothing worked and my hair kept falling out.  By my 20th birthday, I decided to shave my head..."

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Stuart

thumbStuartStuart found a hair loss solution that he hadn’t considered before…

“I was in the middle of a haircut, at the age of 19, when my hairdresser pointed out hair thinning at the back of my head.  I hadn’t noticed anything at all.  Even then, I didn’t think there was a problem – I was too young, my hair wasn’t going to fall out...

But the thinning didn’t stop.  I started styling my hair in a certain way to try and hide the loss.  There was no way I was going to shave my head – I was too young not to have hair!  So I got into wearing hats.  I wore them so often, I became known for wearing hats but there was one problem: I couldn’t wear hats at work.  It wasn’t long before I started losing my confidence – folk my own age were staring at me.  Unable to hide my hair loss completely, I stopped going out at weekends.  I felt pretty low.

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