Why Coils to Locs? More Than Just A Wig…

 

If you have lost your hair for medical or non-medical reasons; whether it is because of chemotherapy, various forms of alopecia, or another medical diagnosis, you are not likely to find a wig that looks like your natural hair at a cancer center retail store or medical hair loss salon.
 
Every woman, regardless of hair texture, deserves a wig that resembles the hair that she lost.
 
Coils to Locs, founded by a cancer survivor and natural hair blogger, supports hospital cancer centers and medical hair loss salons’ ability to provide access for all of their clients regardless of hair type by offering contemporary, high quality, coily, curly synthetic wigs.
 
Coming Soon: The Coils to Locs Online Boutique for women with all types of hair loss, and for any woman interested in coily curly wigs!

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