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