• Anyone looking for secure, comfortable headgear?

    Asked by Lindy on Sunday, October 21, 2012

    Anyone looking for secure, comfortable headgear?

    My daughter sent me Buff Multifunctional Headware. I wore them almost exclusively, soft, comfortable, secure, comes in a great assortment of colors and patterns. They also can be used as a comfortable mask when going out in public with a compromised immune system. Check them out at www.buffusa.com. My hat is off to those of you who are wig competent, scarf design Divas!!

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    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      Thanks for sharing, I'm sure some of our members will find that information helpful!

      Greg P
      3x Survivor
      Team WhatNext
      Community Mgr.

      about 4 years ago
    • Carol-Charlie's Avatar

      Glad you found us. I'm a wig person myself... or a baseball cap. I had two years of chemo, thus... I got quite competent.

      about 4 years ago
    • LisaLathrop's Avatar

      Thanks for the link. I have created a website with lots of links for cancer patients/survivors. I will put it on there! Check out the site...you may find something useful! www.cancerkaleidoscope.com

      about 4 years ago
    • SueRae1's Avatar

      Thanks for the info - I personally am embracing the bald. I have always been a hat person, so I have tons, to help protect me from the sun and other elements, they look awesome and defiantly my style.

      about 4 years ago
    • Nancebeth's Avatar

      I rocked the crew cut and wore hats when I needed to (the Florida sun in the summer is insane!), but I did request a free haed scarf from this company that donated free scarves to women with cancer or other diseases where you lose your hair. It came within a few weeks and with a beautiful card signed by all the staff with words of encouragement. I only wore it once or twice but have since passed it on to a friend whose daughter has leukemia and lost her hair.
      The website is:

      about 4 years ago
    • Ydnar2xer's Avatar

      I found the website very interesting...but "tubes" are very easy to make. I am making a lot of them from leftover fleece scraps from my fabric stash. One quick seam and it's done.

      Also, there is a t-shirt one you can make without sewing at all. Just cut off the t-shirt bottom horizontally below the armpits. You will have a large tube that can be twisted & made into a number of neat head coverings. (Amazing how creative you can be when you have to!) If you want, you can decorate the t-shirt with buttons, sparkles, felt pens or whatever. Time to let your subconscious artist out!

      about 4 years ago
    • acbeach's Avatar

      Thank you! I am going to check it out.

      about 4 years ago

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