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  • Writer's pictureRandy Blevins

Part of Your Hair Loss Challenge

If you’re facing hair loss in your life, then you know how lonely and isolating your situation can be. That’s why it’s so important to have someone on your side who understands your pain and wants to be an ally in your battle. Jackie Sturgeon has the experience and the passion necessary to be that ally.

“I always ask my hair replacement clients to invite me to be a part of their challenge to be part of the solution,” says Jack. “I want us to work together as a team to achieve the desired results because it’s an emotional issue for people.”

Jackie’s process begins with an in-person consultation. “When you come in to meet with me, my time is free. My objective is to be able to inform people about what I can do to help with their challenge, with the hope that they’ll invite me in and let me be a part of the solution.”

“The first step is to analyze and see what stage of hair loss you’re in and to find out what you have going on, whether it be a medical process like chemotherapy or a genetic issue like alopecia,” says Jack. “We’ll determine what size hair piece you’ll need, the color, the texture, the cut – all of these elements are important and we’ll work together to come up with a result that we’re both extremely happy with.”

Every person who works with Jack ultimately settles on a different solution and has a different path to arrive at that solution. “We have four different measurements that we have to take because size is the most important factor in creating hair pieces that look natural and wear beautifully,” says Jackie. “For toppers, we also need to match the color and texture of your natural hair so that it will blend seamlessly. Color matching isn’t quite as important with a full wig, because we don’t see the hair underneath.”

One of the great benefits to working with Jackie for your hair replacement solution is his wealth of knowledge and expertise. Jack can help you determine what kind of hair piece is best for your situation and can help you select a high quality hair piece that fits within your budget. “Each piece is so unique,” says Jackie. “Which is why there can be such a wide range of costs.” Synthetic pieces start around $350, but human hair can be anywhere from $500 to $2,500. “It depends on the quality of the hair used, as well as the length we need. There are different types of construction as well, with hand-tied being a more luxury product than machine-tied pieces.”

If you’re considering a hair replacement solution with Jack, his best advice is to come in for your initial consultation. With over 35 years of experience with hair replacement, Jackie will be able to help you determine what your best options will be and even help you estimate the cost of your hair piece. Don’t forget, his time is free because, as he says, he wants to give back for the air he breathes.

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