“I want to help anyone with any type of hair loss feel like themselves again and love who they see in the mirror. Wigs do that.”
Sue Boston began purchasing wigs through the internet during her battle with cancer.
“I went through chemotherapy in 2015. I would order a wig online, get all excited and think, I can’t wait! But, when I finally received it – it was either not the right color, or it looked nothing like the wig in the ad.
Motivated by her disappointing experiences, Boston decided to help others who must be going through the same thing. She opened the Wig Gallery shop in Madison to make wig shopping easier, faster, predictable and more satisfying.
It’s perfect for women who’ve lost hair because of illness or the side effects of medication, and it offers a solution for women looking for a new style, or their hair is thinning naturally.
Sue prefers appointments. She can provide personalized attention without interruptions. “Women seem to like it better that way. You don’t have to rush; you can take your time.”
For shoppers who want space to themselves, Wig Gallery provides privacy rooms.
Wigs and related accessories:
- Hair extensions
- Wig grips and caps
- Eyelashes and eyelash glue
- Wig hangers, and
- Toppers (hair pieces that provide additional volume)
More than 350 wigs, featuring: Rene of Paris, Jon Renau, Noriko and Raquel Welch.