Undergoing chemotherapy treatment is never easy, yet it is an essential step in your road to recovery. For many women, hair loss is a significant side effect of chemotherapy treatment which causes a huge change in their appearance. However, thanks to a range of different fashion options, there is no need to worry about losing your hair if you’re undergoing chemotherapy and still want to look your best if you go out. With hats, scarves, turbans, and even specially designed wigs available in a range of different options, there is no reason to worry when it comes to hair loss.


Tying a brightly coloured scarf around your head is quick, easy and comfortable option that many women undergoing chemotherapy treatment go for when it comes to fashion. With so many different scarves available in different colours and patterns, it’s perfectly doable to create a different look every day and match them to different outfits. There are many different ways in which you can tie a scarf around your head to create different types of looks, with a range of tutorials and step-by-step guides to be found online for those just starting out with the look.

Wearing a Wig

For many women, wearing a wig is the best option when undergoing chemotherapy treatment, as they feel more confident having hair. When choosing a wig, you’ll be given a range of different options, with various colours, styles and lengths to choose from. You can choose a wig which is similar in looks to your natural colour, style and length – or you could go for something completely different for a whole new look. Many women undergoing chemotherapy treatment use this opportunity to take something positive from the experience and have a hairstyle that they’ve always dreamed of having but have never been able to achieve. You can find many wigs for cancer patients Sydney stores.


The turban is a fashion accessory that has been quite big this year, and as well as being popular with festival goers and certain celebrities, women undergoing chemotherapy treatment have found it to be a useful accessory. Much like a scarf, turbans look great and can be brightened up with accessories such as brooches as well. They’re also easy to simply slip on like a hat, but not as heavy or warm on your head, making them a great choice of summer accessory. You can find them in many different colours.


One factor which many women who undergo chemotherapy treatment notice is that they feel the cold on their head a lot more due to the loss of hair. Because of this, stocking up on beanie hats is essential, especially if you are set to have the treatment during the colder months of autumn and winter. Thankfully, there are many different styles and types of warm hat which you can wear to not only look great but to cover your head and keep it warm as well. Whatever style you prefer, beanies and woollen hats are available widely and not very expensive either, meaning you can easily have one for every day of the week if you wish.

Staying fashionable doesn’t have to be impossible, no matter which treatment you are having! We wish you all the best with your recovery.