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She said she came up with the idea to start the line when several people began complimenting the scarves she created to cover her own hair loss to cancer.
“I found wearing scarves to be way more comfortable than a wig in Florida's heat and humidity,” said Sands. “I found people asking me where I got [them] and a guy offered me $50 to buy it off my head. I told myself if I ever live through my ordeal I need to manufacture these scarves so others can enjoy them as well.”
There are solid colors, animal prints, embroidered ones, sequined scarves and even a skull and crossbones scarf for women who want to unleash their inner biker chick.
Along with the scarves comes an instruction booklet on how to wear the hair piece four different ways.
“It is a great fashion accessory that also keeps hair at bay while being active," said Sands, "and it is also great for in between salon appointments, a bad hair day or no hair day.”