Wigs for all
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!
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Stephanie is a public health practitioner, master facilitator, educator, and entrepreneur. With a career spanning 18 years, she has held diverse roles including sexual health educator, program coordinator, grants manager and currently the Director of the Office of...
Health and Wellness Events Sponsored by Boston Medical, Boston Health Commission & Dana Farber/Harvard
If you are in the Boston area, check out the following events focused on health and wellness for cancer patients and survivors – All are welcome!
This class meets every Wednesday at Boston Medical Center, Moakley Lower Level 830 Harrison Avenue, Boston, from 4-6pm. Can’t get there by 4 p.m.? That’s okay, drop in at any time! Registration not required – just stop by! The class will begin with loosening,...
New England Patriots and MGH Cancer Center Give a Shout Out to Coils to Locs on The Sports Hub, 98.5 [Audio]
We are excited about the growing buzz for Coils to Locs! Co-Founder Dianne Austin was chosen as the “Everyday Amazing Health Professional of the Game” as part of the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center’s partnership with the New England Patriots Radio...
From Mindfulness to Holistic Medicine -2019 Event Calendar: WOC with Cancer Health, Wellness & Beauty Workshops
We’ve got an informative line up of workshops in our health, wellness and beauty series that you won’t want to miss at our upcoming free workshops! As always, lunch will be served. Many thanks to our sponsor, Dr. Jonathan Jackson, Founding Director, Massachusetts...
We are thrilled to share that Dianne Austin, co-founder of Coils To Locs has been awarded the Audre Lorde Spirit of Fire Award!