By age 60, eighty percent of women (64 million) in the U.S. will experience some type of noticeable hair loss. Emmy nominated, Beverly Hills based soap opera star Amy Gibson, The Voice of Hair Loss, shares hard-earned insights on finding your ‘crowning glory’ within.

Losing your hair can be devastating for even the most confident woman. Whether you decide to boldly bare your bald head or wear a wig, accepting and embracing who you are without your crowning glory can be a long and painful process. Soap opera star Amy Gibson knows the debilitating tangle of emotions that come with hair loss and how it can cause a woman to want to hide and settle for a less-than-fulfilling life. Amy began losing her hair to alopecia when she was just 13. Completely devastated, she felt she had to hide the fact from her friends, fans, cast and crew…… which she managed to do for close to 20 years! However, along the way, she also found the way to untangle the emotions that threatened to strangle her by tapping into her inner strength and beauty and reclaiming her power.

Now retired from the entertainment business, Amy is sharing the insights and secrets she has developed over the years for finding the inner strength to live a normal, full life with hair loss.

By age 60, eighty percent of women (64 million) will experience some type of noticeable hair loss. 19 million of these women will suffer complete baldness due to cancer treatment. Others will lose some or all of their hair due to pregnancy, stress, or alopecia, among other causes. Over 60% of hair loss sufferers said they would rather have more hair than money or friends.

For any woman who has lost her hair- whatever the cause- Amy shares her secrets and strategies for living with hair loss and feeling strong and beautiful. For example:


  • Ways to reclaim your power and identity
  • Positive affirmations and meditations that will have you believing in your beauty as a woman again
  • How to confidently & discreetly keep your secret until you are ready to share
  • Strategies to stay strong and move through the hair loss process


About Amy Gibson, The Voice of Hair Loss

Author, Soap Opera Star, Hair-Loss Consultant, Wig Fashionista

unnamedAs “The Voice of Hair Loss,” Amy Gibson is the country’s leading Hair Loss Consultant to women suffering with cancer, alopecia and other related conditions. She is an author, nationally recognized speaker, alopecia activist, soap opera star, and founder of Created Hair. The company was established to offer women across the globe a solid resource for coping with the effects of hair loss while remaining empowered, as well as for assisting those seeking to renew their appearance and self-esteem. Local, national, and international clientele include dignitaries such as the Crown Prince and Princess of Saudi Arabia, as well as many celebrities who have graced the red carpet in Amy’s beautiful wig designs.

Ms. Gibson’s commitment to help other women comes from her own struggle with alopecia areata since the age of 13 and having had to cope with hair loss in the entertainment industry for 20 years. Amy has spoken courageously in the press and before the State Legislature of California to advocate and raise awareness for issues surrounding hair loss in women. She has been active in Girls Inc., a non-profit organization which assists girls at risk in building self-esteem, and is an honorary board member for I’m a Kid Foundation, which educates children in the classroom about baldness.


Amy starred in “Love of Life,” “The Young and the Restless,” and “General Hospital.” As a highly sought-after female hair loss consultant, she has appeared in the national media on FOX Nightly News, NBC Nightly News, ABC News, CNN, The Today Show, The Insider, The Tyra Banks Show, Woman’s Day and People Magazine.

She is the author of Sex, Wigs, and Whispers.

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