Hair extensions for a good cause

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Lacy Gadegaard West is here in the studio to share her story and how she makes a difference. She is the founder and CEO of Laced Hair Extensions and The Laced Hair Foundation.

Lacy explained his health journey over the past two years. She mentioned that she had always had migraines, but a few years ago she woke up with a migraine which was not just a migraine. Her face was paralyzed, she could neither speak nor walk. After going to the emergency room, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. During the treatments, she encountered several other women who were also losing their hair.

As a woman, it was extremely difficult to lose her hair. Because she owned a hair extension business, she could wear hair extensions and you could hardly tell that her hair was so thin. This is the magic of hair extension is that it takes the hair you have and enhances it to make you feel like you can take over the world.

This is what inspired him to create The Laced Hair Foundation. She wanted to participate in changing the lives of these women. The Hair For Hope Gala takes place on February 10 at the Hidden Valley Country Club in Sandy. Tickets can be purchased on their website and you can get more information on Instagram.

David R. Brewer