FAQ's

Do you have human hair wigs?    
Yes, synthetic and human hair wigs. Care for synthetic wigs can be easier than
human hair wigs when going through chemotherapy. The advantages of both are discussed with the customer at the time of their visit.

What does a wig cost?  
Anywhere from $170 to $2600


What's included in the cost of the wig?
  • Wig stand
  • Customization of the fit and style
  • Instructions and practice of putting on the wig
  • Wear and care instructions
  • Instructions for filing for insurance reimbursement
  • For those with breast cancer and no insurance coverage, the Pink Ribbon Society will reimburse $150 for the purchase of a wig.
    
What type of payment do you accept?
Purchases can be made with cash, check, or charge.

Will insurance pay for my wig?
Some insurance companies will assist with your wig purchase. Important to check your insurance policy to make sure what is covered.

What do I need to get assistance from my insurance company?
After your insurance company confirms they will assist with the coverage of your purchase, you will need a prescription from your doctor and the correct receipt from me.

Will Medicare pay for my wig?  
No, Medicare won't pay for a wig.  Since Medicare won't pay, your supplement won't pay either.

Can I get assistance from anyone else?  
The Pink Ribbon Society will reimburse you $150 towards the purchase of a wig if you are going through breast cancer and reside in Lake, Porter, jasper or Newton Counties.  


How do I care for my wig?
It is suggested to shampoo with cool water and care for your synthetic wig with suggested wig products. Depending on wig fiber, important to stay away from heat.

Is there handicap parking?
Yes and the building and studio are wheelchair accessible.

What if I can't travel to your studio?
If you can not travel to me, I am happy to make arrangements to come to you.