Cancer Survivors

While almost every woman knows the power of great hair, gorgeous flowing locks can be especially transformative for women who have been through cancer. Christina’s hair extension technique has helped thousands of women suffering from hair loss feel beautiful again. 

Hair loss can be traumatic to a woman’s self-esteem and identity. Christina is honored to support women who are going through or have recovered from cancer, using hair extensions to give them back that critical sense of self. If you are a cancer survivor interested in getting hair extensions while your natural hair grows back, contact the salon for a one-on-one consultation with Christina.

Erica's Transformation

Jill's Journey

“I’m really looking forward to putting the extensions in my hair because I feel like it’s a way for me to put the breast cancer and the treatment behind me and starting a new chapter of my life.” – Jill

Christina's Transformation

“Christina and her incredible team brought my bridal hair dreams to life! While planning my wedding, I received the heartbreaking news that I had been diagnosed with cancer. This unexpected twist led me down a long and challenging road, forcing me to put my life on hold. After my recovery and as my hair slowly began to grow back, I couldn’t wait to meet with Christina. My hair had always been a significant part of my identity, and losing it – especially so close to my wedding – felt like a massive blow to my confidence. I was ready to regain a sense of normalcy and feel like myself again. Christina, with her exceptional skills and unwavering support, made that possible. From our very first meeting, she made me feel incredibly comfortable and reassured me throughout the entire process. I was blown away by my transformation. When I looked at myself in the mirror I saw me and not the girl who was recovering from cancer. I’m so grateful for Christina and her skillful craft – she not only helped me look my best on my wedding day, but also helped me feel like my most authentic and confident self.”