Written specifically for women facing chemotherapy-related hair loss, That’s A Wrap! teaches the reader a variety of step-by-step head wrapping plans using detailed color photos.
Create a variety of head wraps using detailed the step-by-step instructions and color photos in That’s a Wrap! You will:
- Learn to wrap 29 different styles and create variations of those styles.
- Save money on materials by understanding exactly what you’ll need.
- Be confident for any occasion, whether it’s casual, dressy, or formal.
- Be creative with the scarves you already own.
- Feel supported on your journey—by someone who’s been there.
- Embrace your temporary baldness with style.
“A must-have for anyone going through the cancer experience. By sharing her incredible style sense, Lou is able to simplify a look worthy of all the beautiful women out there. It’s like having a girlfriend help you through the process! I wish I had this book when I went through my treatment.”—Jan Ping
, Cancer survivor and Emmy Award-Winning Make-Up Artist
“I was truly amazed at just how simple and inexpensive it was to creative these beautifully unique designs. So much so, I actually looked forward to getting dressed in the morning.”—Kristin Jones
, Cancer survivor and head wrap model
“As a physician, I am only too aware that restoring a cancer patient's self-image and self-confidence is as important as administering her chemotherapy. This book acts as an excellent practical guide as well as a work that will empower you to handle chemotherapy-induced hair loss with dignity.”—Vladimir Lange, M.D.
, Breast cancer husband survivor and author of the series, Be a Survivor - Your Guide to Breast Cancer Treatment
“Our patients appreciate Lou's generosity in sharing her ideas and techniques to benefit others going through the same appearance issues.”—Janet S. McCloskey
, Associate Director, Special Programs Development Office, MD Anderson Cancer Center
“I will recommend this book to all my patients and anyone in search of a special gift for a friend that is starting chemotherapy.”—David J. Hetzel, M.D.
, Hope Women's Cancer Center
“This highly-informative book not only teaches women who are undergoing chemotherapy how to look and feel beautiful, but also serves as a comforting companion for the journey.”—Lissa Rankin, M.D.
, New York Times
bestselling author of Mind Over Medicine