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Since then, they’ve been learning everything there is to know about alternative hair, providing beautiful and private spaces for women to find hair solutions, and giving personalized shopping and care experiences. Scott came up with the concept of following his mother’s cancer diagnosis. Taking her to find a wig, he realized the need for caring, compassionate environments where women undergoing hair loss have access to solutions that help them feel confident and beautiful.
Bravadas was birthed from the desire to care for women dealing with hair loss, and they’ve continued to provide world-class customer service to everyone, no matter what they’re going through.
The name Bravadas is derived from “Bravado” which means “to show off with a pretense of bravery.” They use the feminine plural conjugation so our interpretation is “brave women connected.” There’s a spirit of support and camaraderie that fills Bravadas. Many customers bring a friend or family member, and laughter can often be heard coming from our private styling rooms. Hair loss can be a difficult thing to go through. Bravadas offers a personalized, transformational hair experience unlike any other.
The caring Alternative Hair Specialists will take the time to listen, and take the time to get it right. They will find you a virtually undetectable solution that takes into account your facial features, skin tone, hair color, and lifestyle. They customize, cut, color and make alterations until it’s perfect. You will walk out feeling confident and looking beautiful! That’s the Bravadas Promise.
Bravadas customers tell them that it’s not what they sell, but what they do that makes Bravadas unique. Bravadas is changing lives every day, one strand at a time.
Bravadas has multiple locations, with the primary centers located in Omaha (NE), Kansas City (KS), Fairfax (VA), and Dallas (TX)
If you are near a Bravadas location, or would like to visit Bravadas, contact hair @jolicameleon.com and we will connect you!
In the hair replacement industry experience is everything! William Collier is a Seattle icon in the hair design community, as he has been cutting and designing hair for 50+years; providing hair replacement in Seattle for over 35 years.
The William Collier Design team consists of hair replacement consultants, hair designers, hair replacement technicians, and a salon manager with a combination of over 100 years of experience!
William Collier Design specializes in hair replacement options, to include custom designs of partial hair pieces or full head wigs, giving our clients the benefit of choosing all aspects of the design including custom coloring and cutting. In addition, this Washington State staple offers pre-made human hair and synthetic wigs, top of the head hair additions, clip-in extensions and specialty cutting for thinning hair.
William Collier Design provides educated choices for men, women and children requiring hair replacement for any reason, such as all forms of alopecia, male and female pattern hair loss, chemotherapy, burns and abrasions of the scalp, trichotillomania as well as religious and cultural beliefs. William Collier Design is a transgender friendly salon.
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Who Is Our Mystery Joli Dancer ™?
Hi my name is Franchesca. I am 19 years old. I grew up in Crown Point, Indiana with amazing parents and three siblings I could not live without (2 sisters, 1 brother). I was always a very active kid, wanting to be on…
Why do I wear a wig now?
Why do I wear a wig now? Because I can. It is really as simple as that. I am the same exact person with or without hair. As I have always said, hair is an accessory. To me hair is the same as a pair of earrings.
The Joli Dancer™ is the “extreme performance” wig for active Alopecians, as well as all women & children with little to no hair of their own. It is not like any other wig you have worn.
It is extremely light and very breathable.
In fact, the first impression is often “It feels like it’s not there”.