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Sharon's Wigs, Hometown Publications, September 20, 1999.  

Sharon Heyden looked at wigs for fun, for a new look or for a change, so she opened Sharon's Wig-O-Rama over 31 years ago.  

However, her customers are not just buying wigs for a new look, but to keep the look they previously had.

About half of Sharon's primarily female clients are cancer patients who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy.  Other customers have alopecia, a disorder that results in hair loss.

Because Sharon has over 800 wigs in stock, she is able to help her customers find the perfect head of hair.

"I will dye the wigs, cut them, style them--whatever can be done with real hair, I can do with a wig," says Sharon.  She carries a wide variety of styles, from straight ponytails to partial hair pieces called "wiglets."

At Sharon's Wig-O-Rama, customers receive special care.  "We treat people extremely well.  We sit down and spend time with them, have a soda or tea.  In the past 10 years I've learned so much about hair loss, chemotherapy and cancer," she said.  Sharon can relate to what her customers are going through because her own mother, Lydia, also suffered with cancer.

Sharon's Wig-O-Rama, located at 13723 W. Capitol Drive, operated out of her full service salon.

It's hopeful seeing how many people we've worked with who have been cured of their cancer," she said.

For more information on how Sharon can help with your situation, call 783-6900. 


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