A start-up in London called New Fade is on a mission to make wigs cool, with a focus on young, black men.
By Kirsty Grant
Two girls talk about their experiences of working with a charity to donate hair and what it means to them.
Fleur Scott has been making headpieces using her friend’s hair to raise awareness of alopecia.
Claire has suffered from trichotillomania since she was nine. It means she pulled out her hair and was left bald. See her journey through surgery and advice to anyone struggling.
Two girls who have been involved with a charity that uses donated hair talk of their experiences.
A hair technician from Leeds provides free hair systems to cover the bald patches of girls with alopecia living in the city.
Lynda Hutton has been working with more than 4,000 people suffering all sorts of hair loss for decades.
A young woman with alopecia says she has never worn a wig and is "proud" of her identity.
Trevor Sorbie has trained more than 1,000 hairdressers how to style wigs for people with medical hair loss.
Less than 1% of cancer patients receiving wigs or hair-loss support in Wales were men, figures show.
By Marie-Louise Connolly
BBC News NI Health Correspondent