Though women are so often stereotyped (by men) to be fashion-crazed, I’ve noticed that not every woman has this sixth sense.  I’m not saying that some women don’t know how to dress, although that is true too, but that some women just seem conflicted.  They may want to be fashionable, but that natural Fashion sense does not always come naturally....more


Think teenager.  Stereotype flash!  Techno-addicts, outrageous dress, face piercings, casual disrespectful comments, defiant, drama queens.  Now think again.  Think caring, think loving, think socially responsible, think bald, think Georgia Barlow....more


BRrrrrrrrrrrr….. in Miami!? Yes, I was in Miami this past weekend and I don’t know what I was thinking bringing my lusciously warm ‘Pampered’ Beaubeau, an exquisite blend of soft cashmere and cotton jersey.  It’s of course a must-have on my occasional trips north to Philly, but not one I get to wear often in Florida and especially not tropical Miami....more


“I have made a decision, and luckily, if I don’t like it, I can always change my mind, right?  Right.”  Right again.  And again….. If we are lucky and we work hard, we sometimes come to a place of self-acceptance, a time and place in life where we accept our bald selves, for a day, for a month, for months or years, and then, often, we start all over again....more

Scarf It Up for Women's Cancer!

Cancer should not define us! My message to women who have lost their hair due to medical hair loss is: Just because you have lost your hair does not mean you have to loose your sense of style. ...more

Headin' Into Fall

Hello Beaudivas! Now that summer is finally behind us, it is time to fall forward into the autumn trends. For those of us without hair keeping our bald heads warm is first and foremost!  Here are some scientific facts about how our body loses heat on a cold day: ...more

Heads Up! Its Alopecia Awareness Month!

Once an Alopecian- Always an Alopecian…   ...more

In Transition…Caring for Newly Grown Hair After Chemotherapy

Hello all my Beaudivas! As we make the slow transition from summer to fall, it got me thinking about all of the brave and wonderful women who have completed their chemotherapy treatments. Before you know it, new hair will once again adorn your head. These precious new sprouts are so delicate and worthy of celebration and some tips on caring for your compromised follicles could be helpful. ...more