What do you do when you have a bad hair day to the point that it is hopeless? What do you do if you are experiencing hair loss but do not want anyone to notice it? You put on a wig! It is that simple, and you will want to rock your wig on International Wig Day!
Rock your wig on March 10th, as that is International Wig Day, and it does not matter why you have a wig; go and wear it, even if you have an abundant amount of hair! And even if you are having a good hair day, have fun with it. You may still have an old wig that you used when you went trick or treating when you were a child. Were you a witch on Halloween? Then if you were, you would have worn a wig with long black hair or long hair of another color.
Wigs are also essential for those who are undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy since it causes hair loss. That is another reason to celebrate wigs, as they can hide the hair loss that the patient is experiencing. Wigs are great for these patients when it comes to socializing and when they are working too.
Those are just some reasons that wigs need to be celebrated a lot more than they are, and they are often taken for granted because many people don’t realize how useful and helpful they are. That is why there is a day of each year dedicated to these hairpieces.
History Of National Wig Day
The establishment of National Wig day started in 2016 in a costume shop in Denmark. This national day’s motivation was to create awareness of hair loss that results from chemotherapy and other conditions that cause people to lose their hair. Therefore, the way to have others celebrate the day is by making a big deal out of wigs, and they have the opportunity to have some fun by wearing the wig. They can get a wig and wear it for fun while acknowledging the profound effects of chemotherapy and other diseases that cause hair loss. Therefore, it is a win-win kind of day.
How To Celebrate National Wig Day
There is a fun and easy way to celebrate National Wig Day. Why not go and put on a wig, if you have one, and take some silly selfies. If you don’t have a wig, there is a good chance you have a loved one who battled cancer or has a condition that causes hair loss. Why not pay a special tribute to them, which they will more than appreciate. When you post your wig day selfies or acknowledgments on social media, don’t forget to add #NationalWigDay in the posts!
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