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Off the top of your head : what makes a wig work for alopecians?

Moore, Karena and Thomson, Avril and Liggat, John and Shilton, Simon and Wiggins, Sally (2013) Off the top of your head : what makes a wig work for alopecians? Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 133 (5). p. 1394. ISSN 0022-202X

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Abstract

This study has conducted pilot focus groups, semi-structured interviews, online questionnaires, and physical testing of wig materials to gain a holistic understanding of wig users’ experiences. The findings look at identifying any relationship with fiber technology and personal experiences, and how wig design could improve their quality of life.