Ohio woman donates custom wigs to young girls with alopecia

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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — She was six years old when her mother says she lost her hair.

Breeyesha Hawkins has alopecia. It’s an autoimmune disorder affecting millions of Americans every year. Some people lose their hair and it comes back, but others like Breeyesha may never experience
hair growth again.

To help her daughter smile again, her mother found “The WigDealer” — a Maple Heights, Ohio woman named Monica Allen who specializes in custom-made lace front wigs for little girls with alopecia or cancer.

They range from $150-$800 but Allen gives five wigs away free to little girls every month.

See her styles and find out how you can help a little girl get her smile back by visiting her Instagram page.

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