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Welcome to the TurbanDiva Shop! www.etsy.com/shop/TurbanDiva

My grandmother taught me to sew doll clothes when I was six, pumping the foot pedal on her old Singer. Those lessons came in handy over the years, and especially for creating chic turbans (on a new machine!) when I lost my hair to chemo during breast cancer treatment.

When I lost my hair during chemo I designed turbans and head wraps to look like I was wearing a fabulous accessory, not just trying to hide my hair loss. They attracted tons of compliments, and made me feel glamorous at a time when I most needed to lift my spirits.

I still wear them, and my clients (with or without hair) enjoy them for day, evening, after exercise, or to look fabulous on a bad hair day. I'm celebrating my SIXTH! year of thriving beyond cancer, sharing…

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  • Female
  • Joined January 4, 2010

Favorite materials

Rayon challis, rayon batik, cotton gauze, jersey knit, rayon jersey, sparkly stuff, velvet, silk jersey, silk crepe de chine, and lots of love

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TurbanDiva
Chemo Hats, Fashion Turbans. Head Wrap,...

About

Welcome to the TurbanDiva Shop! www.etsy.com/shop/TurbanDiva

My grandmother taught me to sew doll clothes when I was six, pumping the foot pedal on her old Singer. Those lessons came in handy over the years, and especially for creating chic turbans (on a new machine!) when I lost my hair to chemo during breast cancer treatment.

When I lost my hair during chemo I designed turbans and head wraps to look like I was wearing a fabulous accessory, not just trying to hide my hair loss. They attracted tons of compliments, and made me feel glamorous at a time when I most needed to lift my spirits.

I still wear them, and my clients (with or without hair) enjoy them for day, evening, after exercise, or to look fabulous on a bad hair day. I'm celebrating my SIXTH! year of thriving beyond cancer, sharing Titillating Turbans to women everywhere.

Whether for yourself or someone you love who is going through medical hair loss, alopecia, or thinning hair, this is a timeless accessory that will add flair to any wardrobe for years to come.

I look forward to the day when the only reason women wear them is as a fashion accessory. In the meantime, it's my mission to make the difficult ordeal of chemo, alopecia and hair loss less stressful and more comfortable for other women.

Thanks so much for visiting. Please spread the word to help women FEEL as beautiful as we know they are.

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