Forty percent of hair loss sufferers in America are women. it is a statistic that Kelli Black knows all too well.
Black started to lose her hair in her late-teens. initially feeling sadness, anger and frustration – along with self- esteem issues – she eventually realized she was not alone.
When shopping for wigs, she always found the experience to be unpleasant. She dreamed of someday opening a boutique with not-so-harsh lighting, stylish wigs, and a private atmosphere.
That is the very business she started. Hair Today Hair Tomorrow is “a wig boutique offering fashion, fit and privacy.”
“It’s the kind of place i always wanted to shop in,” she says. Having lived the effects of hair-loss herself, she understands the process of emotions. She says that is why she provides her customers a personalized experience, and how she forms a special bond with each one. She wants them to know they are not alone, and that life goes on.
“An attractive wig can be a reassuring step toward recovery.”
Black volunteers her time with a long list of Dublin area organizations. Her boutique is also a proud sponsor of Race for the Cure and Relay for Life, raising thousands of dollars for charities.
“i’m very proud of my journey with hair loss, and that i’m in a position to help others.” Black hopes to continue that help and awareness for an issue so personal to her.