It's natural to feel self conscious but it does look really nice and completely natural. I'm not sure anyone would notice unless they were very close. Just remember no-one knows how you feel so if you act confident people will pick up on it. I used to go clubbing with huge bald patches on the top of my head because I couldn't hide them, sometimes I could colour them in with brown felt tip but after a while they were too big . I used to cry sometimes before I went out but I always tried to pretend I was confident. I can remember a horrid reaction from someone once and I just shamed him, by telling him he was rude!! I was never short of offers. Even now if I go out thinking I look awful I will have a bad time, if I tell myself I look awesome I forget it all and have a good time .
It looks lovely. Had alopecia myself since March, wig wearer since september. Takes a lot of guts doesn't it, just stepping outside, to start with. When I look at myself in photos it looks okay (would post photos if I knew how) but when I look in the mirror it looks like a wig!
I wore it out last night, most of the time I'm just about used to it, but have moments where it just feels very weird! Seems to keep slipping back though, dont suppose you have any ideas to keep it still?
I have the same problem. Mine is a three quarter that I clip to my existing hair, but that is so sparse now, it's becoming difficult. I have some wig tape but have resisted using it so far as I'm afraid it will be uncomfortable, and not easy to whip it off when I feel like it. Been looking into wigbands online (bit like an Alice band that goes under wig and sort of velcroes the wig to your head) - might give one a try in the new year. Onwards and upwards!
Wore it today and had a bit more luck keeping it still - had hair net on underneath and then put a kirby grip behind each ear to attach the wig to the hairnet and my hair. Seemed to stay put quite well