Hair Club News

Wigs Shop Dublin Opening

The Hair Club's sister company Hairspray has just opened a new wigs and hair toppers superstore in Fashion City Ballymount click  

Based just off the M50 junction 10, this is a massive wigs showroom with all the top brands which include Mayfair Collection, Ellen Wille and Raquel Welch. This is a great opportunity for clients to visit that have thinning hair, alopecia, thinning hair or hair loss due to an underlying medical condition caused by chemotherapy.   

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Wigs Dublin

The Hair Club in Dublin has the largest selection of human hair and synthetic wigs in the country. Located just outside Dublin City Centre, customers have easy access with both trains and buses. There is also ample paid public parking for customers at the rear of the premises.

Looking for a reliable and high-quality wigs shop in Dublin for women can be a difficult task. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to choose the perfect store that will not only cater to your needs but also provide you with the best possible options. Fortunately, there is The Hair Club in Dublin that has been providing women across Ireland the best wig brands at the best prices. With over one thousand wigs in stock, you can find the colours and hairstyles for every occasion. Whether you're looking for a wig for a special event or have thinning hair or hair loss due to chemotherapy the Hair Club is your one stop wig shop.

Our human hair wigs are made of high-quality caps and silky hair, ensuring that they look and feel natural. We have wigs in various styles, lengths, and colors, making it easy for you to find the perfect wig. Our specially trained hair replacement team can also help you with the selection process, depending on your needs and preferences. The Hair Club prides ourselves on providing exceptional customer service, and our goal is to make sure that you find the perfect wig that will make you look your best.

Aside from our extensive collection, we also offer wig care services, including cutting, styling, and cleaning. We understand that taking care of your wig is just as important as finding the perfect one. That's why we offer these services to help ensure that your wig lasts a long time and remains in... Read more

Hair Toppers Ireland

Hair toppers are a type of hairpiece that are used to cover thinning or balding areas on the top of a clients crown area. These unique hair pieces are designed to blend in with your existing hair, giving the appearance of a full natural head of hair. The Hair Club are exclusive stockists of the Mayfair Collection which are available in a variety of styles and colors, and can be custom fitted to match your existing hair. With proper care, your topper can last for several months to a year. Also hair grants are available up to €500 per year year from the PRSI and HSE...More

Mayfair Hair toppers are a great solution for woman experiencing hair loss thinning or balding on the crown area of their head. They can be used to add volume, length, and fullness to thinning hair, and can even be used to conceal bald patches. Toppers are made from either human hair or synthetic, and generally come in a variety of styles and colors, so you can find one that perfectly matches your existing hair. Hair toppers are relatively easy to use, and can be applied in a matter of minutes. They attach to your existing hair with clips, or adhesive tape which some clients use that have alopecia.

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Dolores Finishes Her Final Chemotherapy With Good News

Hair Club Founder Dolores Mackenzie has finally finished the eight treatments of chemotherapy which began last August. Dolores experienced a wide range of highs and lows during chemotherapy, including extreme sickness and nausea that led to a 2 stone weight loss for her as she could not hold down food or water for five months.

Dolores did not lose her hair during treatment for cancer but her hair has become thinner than before so she did not require a wig or hair piece.

Pacemaker Required

Dolores also experienced exhaustion and shortness of breath while undergoing treatment, which turned out to be most likely caused by the chemotherapy's effect on the heart's electrical system, which resulted in a slow heartbeat which resulted in her having to get a pacemaker fitted to regulate her heart beat to a normal pace. After finishing her chemotherapy, Dolores had a CAT scan, at which point the doctors told her that the cancerous tumor in her bowel had reduced to the point where they could no longer see it. Dolores will now undergo additional testing before starting her radiation therapy and a five-week course of chemotherapy pills.

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