Hair Fairy Spreads Her Magic

Cancer patients in Clatterbridge have heard how a Merseyside company is aiming on making a difference to people wearing wigs.

Tracy Potter from Hair Fairy Wigs came came into the Radio Clatterbridge studio to explain how they can help people with hair loss.

Paul Allt meets Tracy Potter

The company, which has been going for nearly four years, helps customers with alopecia or who have lost their hair through treatment.

Tracy told presenters Paul Allt and John Roberts how she has had alopecia since she was 11 and wears a wig herself.

Scroll down to hear the full interview.

"We know what it's like to wear a wig and how to wear them. We really want to make a difference to people and their wigs." - Tracy Potter

Tracy explained how she holds free monthly Look Good Nights.

The events, in which customers can bring along a friend, also give advice to people about make-up, nails and skin-care.

The social occasions are held away from the hospital at the firm's premises in Gateacre Brow.

Tracy Potter with John Roberts

Tracy says they are an ideal opportunity to make new friends and receive a bit of pampering.

For more details, please visit the Hair Fairy Wigs website.

Tracy Potter from Hair Fairy Wigs gives advice for people with hair loss on Radio Clatterbridge by Radio Clatterbridge on Mixcloud

 

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