A children’s charity which offers real Afro hair in its wigs for young cancer sufferers has revealed they’ve only had three orders in the past year.
The Little Princess Trust (LPT) had been researching Afro-textured wigs for many years but were told over and over again the hair was ‘too fine and delicate and can be brittle and break on a wig’.
However last year, the organisation began offering ‘heritage Afro wigs’ after partnering with London’s oldest surviving wig-maker, Raouls Wigmakers, which found the perfect weave to make the Afro hair stronger.
CEO Phil Brace has now revealed the organisation has only provided three of their ‘heritage wigs’, with many still choosing the traditional Afro wigs they had always been offering, where straight hair is styled into tight curls.
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