The longest running TV show, “This Morning”, invited Panache at their show: a group of gorgeous women who aim to spread awareness and confidence about baldness in women, men and children equally. The classic real-time couple, Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, hosted the show. It had a confident positive vibe throughout as each of the lady took their wigs off demonstrating how one can be beautifully bald.

Eamonn Holmes and wife Ruth Langsford arrives at the Tric Awards in London(Source: Shutterstock)


For both men and women, hair is an integral part of their appearance. Hairstyling determines an outer look of a person and good hair boosts confidence. One gets all exhausted on a bad hair day, imagine spending a day bald.

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Hair loss journey is a painful experience to feel especially when its inevitable. There are certain cancers that involve a treatment in which hair is quickly lost and so lost is the fortitude. It becomes lethargic to wake up every day, fight the disease and face the world in which baldness is still a taboo.

These women accepted themselves and are now spreading awareness around the globe(Image Source: Instagram/danigilbert_98)

It’s nearly impossible to put yourself in one’s shoes and realize the numbness when you find clusters of hair during a shower or combing. Even running finger through your hair no longer seems romantic.

However, according to the “Women Warriors“, getting bald was the best thing that ever happened to them.

“Had the most amazing night last night at the Woman Warrior catwalk raising awareness for hair loss. So grateful for this amazing opportunity and to meet the most beautiful bunch of girls inside and out! Love you all” (Image Source: Instagram/danigilbert_98)