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    How can I add fullness under hats/scarves?

    Q. Everything I put on my head looks so flat! How can I add extra fullness under hats and scarves so it looks like I still have hair?

    A. Most women with chemo-related hair loss have this problem. Our Padded Hat Liner may be the solution you've been searching for. For a secure fit, be sure to add the liner to the inside of the hat before you put the hat on your head. It will add about the same fullness as a head of hair, so your hat will fit tighter. It also adds another layer for extra warmth in the winter.

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