Pamela Shaddock, Co-Founder                         Dianne Austin, Co-Founder

 

 

 

 

 

Pamela Shaddock, Co-Founder                               Dianne Austin, Co-Founder

CONTINUING TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY

We want our community to know that during these challenging times Coils to Locs remains as committed as ever to our mission of addressing a healthcare disparity for black women, and others with coily/curly hair, who are suffering medical hair loss and desire ethnically inspired wigs that they can purchase with health insurance.

If you are a patient, client, or potential client, please click here to fill out a short web form or contact us directly at info@coilstolocs.com.

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If you are a patient, client, or potential client, please click on our “Where to Buy” tab to fill out a short web form or email us at info@coilstolocs.com.

More Than Just A Wig

 

If you are a cancer patient who has lost her Afro kinky/curly, braided, or textured hair, you are not likely to find a wig that looks like your hair at a cancer center retail store that you can purchase with your health insurance.
 
Every woman, regardless of hair texture, deserves a wig that resembles the hair that she lost.
 
Coils to Locs supports hospital cancer centers ability to provide equal access for all of their patients regardless of hair type by offering contemporary, ethnic textured synthetic wigs ranging from Afro kinky/curly to braided styles.
 
Coming Soon: Wigs for women who well, just love wearing wigs!

When Life Gives You Lemons – Start A Business

 

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Basically, we all know by now that the coronavirus affects people in different ways. For instance, from a dry cough to a high fever. Some people have mild symptoms and others have very severe symptoms. You also know, that Covid19 has come at us with a vengeance and on...

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Turning lemons into lemonade is an oft used, maybe even over used phrase, when one turns tragedy into triumph. We think it's a great phrase and it is our adopted motto. It’s what birthed Coils to Locs when Dianne’s breast cancer diagnosis led us to a healthcare...

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