How To Tie Your Chemo Head Scarves
Tying a headcover can be a pretty daunting task when you are not used to it which is why we have teamed up with the lovely ladies at Headwrappers to bring you a FREE hair loss and scarf tying event online every month. Numbers are limited so we can give everyone the help and support they need, so to book, please click on the button below and select the next available date. We will need a few details from you to register your booking, a week before the event we will send you a goodybag with some scarves so you can learn how to tie a headscarf along with us during the workshop.
If you do not want to join the workshop, we have added some chemo head scarf tying tips and step by step instructions below for you
If you are looking for hats for cancer patients UK click here to view the full range
At Chemotherapy Headwear, we sell two types of chemo head scarf; one which is integrated into a jersey hat (pictured on the right), and a plain square which is most likely what you would recognise as a more traditional head scarf (pictured on the left). Both styles have their benefits and uses and with a bit of practise they can be tied very easily and quickly. Click on the images below to see the many different ways each item can be worn along with full instructions to help guide you through wearing and tying each style.
If learning how to tie a chemo head scarf is too daunting, try one of our chemo hats which are lovely and soft - a great reprieve from an itchy wig and can be worn day or night. We have two different styles of sleep hat on offer, Lucy which is a single layer of jersey cotton, or Kim which features a double layer and is reversible. All our chemo headwear is specifically made for cancer patients who have lost their hair and as such, they sit below the natural hairline which gives a much better fit and overall look when worn.