How To Cut
Wash & Dry
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It’s okay to use conditioner lightly, but don’t use any heavy styling products. You can do that when you get back your finished wig.
Instead of making one big pony, make many small ponies all around your head. Section the hair off to make the ponies about pinky-thick. The sections don’t have to be all that precise. You’ll see, it’s easy to do and it works out well.
Some of our Divas do this at home, and some go to a salon.
Get those little rubber bands. You can get them at Walmart, Target, Walgreens, Amazon, etc. They usually come in black.
Don’t use the rubber bands that are transparent. They are plastic, and they tend to break easily.
Take a pair of scissors and cut off those ponies, Chemo Divas! Cut close to the scalp, leaving the rubber bands in. The closer you cut to the scalp the longer the hair you get back. (If you try to leave some hair on your head, you might be disappointed later that the halo wig is not as long as you expected.)
We Know How Hard It Is To Cut Your Hair
Watch This Video For Inspiration
Kaley finds inspiration from the iconic style of Audrey Hepburn while she waits for her halo.