Eazy Brow's Partners and Distributors


"tlc" (tender loving care) is a not-for-profit website and catalog of the American Cancer Society. Their mission is to help women cope during and after cancer treatments by providing wigs and other hair loss products (plus how-to information) as well as mastectomy products.


Women's Health Boutique Plano (Formally All About You)
Wig Boutique & Cancer Recovery Salon
Tracy Gomez owner of All About You has merged with Vicki Dortch Jones, the owner of Women's Health Boutique Dallas. Tracy's experienced and compassionate team is dedicated to providing exceptional services and the best products on the market to help those on the road to recovery. Tracy has been involved for many years in the "tlc" Look Good Feel Better program helping countless women with their self-image. All About You broke new ground as the first cancer recovery salon in the entire Dallas metroplex and surrounding areas.


MD Anderson Cancer Center
Houston, Texas
Appearances is a unique resource for helping patients keep a positive self-image. Staffed by certified prosthesis fitters and trained volunteers, the shop is stocked with special items to complement the cancer patient's lifestyle. In addition to breast prosthetics, products especially geared to cancer patients — from clothing and headgear to cosmetic items and accessories, fill the shelves. If a doctor recommends it, chances are that the shop will carry it — and if not, the product can often be ordered.


National Ovarian Cancer Coalition
Dallas, Texas

The mission of the NOCC is to raise awareness and promote education about ovarian cancer. The Coalition is committed to improving the survival rate and quality of life for women with ovarian cancer.

More than 20,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year, and approximately 15,000 women die annually from the disease. Unfortunately, most cases are diagnosed in their later stages when the prognosis is poor. However, if diagnosed and treated early, when the cancer is confined to the ovary, the five-year survival rate is over 90 percent. That is why it is imperative that the early signs and symptoms of the disease are recognized, not only by women, but also by their families and the medical community.

There is currently no early detection test for ovarian cancer. Pap tests do not detect ovarian cancer. Until there is a test, the key to early diagnosis is awareness. And the key to awareness is knowing the subtle symptoms of ovarian cancer and urging women to take early action and live.


Tell Every Amazing Lady's (T.E.A.L.)
T.E.A.L. mission is to promote awareness of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer, to enable early detection, and to help find the cure for this deadly disease.


Happy Chemo
Ginger Johnson-Founder/President of Happy Chemo!
Publisher of Utah Cancer Connections magazine
6 Year Breast Cancer Survivor
PinkTogether National Survivor Ambassador
Happy Chemo! has been working to ease the burden cancer chemotherapy brings by building a strong network of freebies, discounts and resources provided by qualified businesses and organizations for those affected by cancer. We are working to change the chemotherapy treatment experience from one of negativity and despair into something a little brighter and our goal is to reach every cancer patient in America.


Cheryn International
A personal note from Cheryn:
My heart's desire has always been to help others, like myself, who have suffered from eyelash, eyebrow and hair loss. Since 1993, I have provided outstanding products to help restore a feeling of natural beauty and normalcy to lives of those who are suffering through these afflictions. I will continue to devote my time to traveling, lecturing, and helping others who have suffered from the emotional and physical consequences of hair loss. I am available by phone to speak to anyone who would like emotional support, free of charge.  I am especially happy to continue (as I am now entering into my second decade in business) providing the best possible service, prices, and products to you, the greatest customers on earth!


Paula Dean
214-893-7546 or 830-990-7958
Certified Oncology Esthetician, Massage Therapist, CIDESCO Diplomat has worked in the beauty industry for over 35 years and is the owner of a private spa in Fredericksburg, Texas since 2007 after moving from the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex.  She has expanded her current spa services to include facials, body massage and paramedical/camouflage make-up for individuals with or recovering from cancer.  Paula underwent extensive training to keep her practice on the cutting edge in this new and very specialized area of oncology care.  Clients who battle cancer deserve safe care, effective protocols, and products formulated for their compromised skin whether face or body.  She is delighted to include the Eazy Brow System for her clients who suffered with eyebrow issues.


The Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, Inc.
Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors is the only national non-profit organization helping survivors meet their challenges with the community support and the tools they need to thrive again.


The National Alopecia Areata Foundation
The National Alopecia Areata Foundation (NAAF), headquartered in San Rafael, CA, supports research to find a cure or acceptable treatment for alopecia areata, supports those with the disease, and educates the public about alopecia areata. NAAF is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and a prestigious Scientific Advisory Council. Founded in 1981, NAAF is widely regarded as the largest, most influential and most representative foundation associated with alopecia areata.


Survivor Gals
Specialty Products & Salon
Jennifer Grunwald owner of Survivor Gals has dedicated this store in memory of her mother-in-law, Lori Grunwald. Survivor Gals Plano is a beautiful full service hair salon for everyone combined with a specialty boutique for women who are going through cancer treatments, who have alopecia or those who just want a wig. They offer a full line of mastectomy products for immediately after surgery and into the future. You will also find a full line of wigs and scarves for those who suffer hair loss.
Survivor Gals is now open to serve the people in the Fort Worth and Irving areas. Find Survivor Gals Fort Worth in the Baylor All Saints Hospital and Survivor Gals Irving in the Baylor Medical Center.


Women's Health Boutique Dallas
Women's Health Boutique grew out of two daughters' love for their mother. Vicki Dortch Jones and her sister, Seleta Dortch Lovell, founded Women's Health Boutique, "because women deserve attention to their special needs."
We are here to help you look and feel great. Women's Health Boutique offers a comfortable, dignified and discreet alternative to shopping for health-related merchandise. We offer some of the best and most innovative products and services with the compassion and heart of a close friend; our atmosphere is always caring and helpful.


Ernie's Appearance Center
Baylor Hospital Sammons Cancer Center
Ernie's is a special boutique available to help you look and feel your best during your cancer treatment. Ernie's offers products and services that minimize the effects of cancer therapy. A certified fitter is available to help meet your needs.


Bald Girls Do Lunch®
Thea Chassin, founder and president founded in 2007, Bald Girls Do Lunch is the award-winning nonprofit and only organization created specifically for women with alopecia.  The influential Bald Girls Do Lunch network supports women around the world: in person, online and on the web.  Dynamic and practical strategies for successful living with alopecia today bring kudos to Thea Chassin's inspirational and effective program. Bald Girls Do Lunch is the go-to alopecia resource for women of all ages as well as for the parents of tomorrow's young women: from beauty and styling to relationship strategies, research updates and more. The Bald Girls philosophy embraces and encourages all lifestyle choices: wigs, hats, scarves and the bald look.


Trichotillomania Learning Center
The Trichotillomania Learning Center's mission is to end the suffering caused by hair pulling disorder, skin picking disorder, and related body-focused repetitive behaviors.
Founded in 1991, TLC provides education, outreach, and support of research into the cause and treatment of BFRB disorders.  In choosing how to allocate our limited resources, we seek projects that will have large ripple effects, both at the personal and public level, and that will enable larger scale work to be done.  We are committed to a culture of humanity, consensus, and personal connection, while achieving the growth necessary to achieve our mission.


The BeauBeau Beautiful Scarves for Beautiful Heads
The BeauBeau scarf is a fun, fashionable, and comfortable alternative to wearing a wig for women and girls. Every detail is specifically designed for those of us without hair. The beaubeau is pre-designed and sized for maximum comfort and security.  No tying or adjusting is required. Every scarf comes with a matching scrunchie and is lined in luxurious soft cotton. The beaubeau comes in over 350 different fabrics from casual to elegant.  Just because you have lost your hair does not mean you have lost your sense of style. also offers other fashionable solutions to women with medical hair loss.


Cancer Free Radio
Julie Joyce is the Executive Producer and Host of Cancer Free Radio. Over a decade ago, Julie was diagnosed with breast cancer; a few months after giving birth to her daughter. Julie's mother was also diagnosed with breast cancer that same summer. And as bizarre as it may seem, the family cat was also diagnosed with breast cancer by a vet named Dr. Amen, who also had just completed her own breast cancer treatments. In November 2010, Julie launched – Cancer Free Radio – an Internet Public Radio program, a globally available multidimensional resource to further her objectives to: Teach Cancer Prevention, Nurture Cancer Recovery and Celebrate Cancer Survivors. Julie interviews medical and pharmaceutical professionals, cancer researchers, health educators, cancer charity leaders and inspiring survivors. Each show is available, on demand 24/7 to help inspire and inform.


Eazy Brow's hands free adjustable eyebrow mask was created to solve all of your eyebrow issues.
Have you lost your eyebrows due to the effects of chemotherapy, alopecia, trichotillomania, burns or medications?
Has over plucking caused your eyebrows to stop growing?
Do you have problems shaping your natural eyebrows?
Are your eyebrows a little sparse or light colored in need of some definition?
If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions, then Eazy Brow has the solution you need. View our product catalogue and see what we have to offer!
Lana B.
Grand Prairie, Texas
"I had just finished my chemotherapy sessions, with my daughter’s wedding right around the corner. I was so concerned about my looks because I still did not have any eyebrows and I wanted to look pretty for my daughter and her guests. I was at Special Needs by Gloria and the store manager, Kerry gave me the information on Eazy Brow. I contacted Wendy McGee with Eazy Brow, she met me at Gloria’s and I had my new eyebrows that day! I felt so much better and I was now really looking forward to my daughter’s wedding. The Eazy Brow mask saved the day for me."
Our Partners
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