It's your fate, but it's not your fault.
Do you want me to start making decisions for you? Cause I can't see that ending well . . . But as for your twitter, I would use the gradual tanning lotion, rather than the spray-on or rub-on tan. I just don't think orange streaks would look so good ;)As for your last post, I like you in scarves. I don't even think it's weird to see you like that. And maybe for some it's a reminder of what you are going through but I think for many of us, it reminds us of how much we admire you for what you are going through (and I know you don't think you should be admired but you are, so get used to it).But I've been with you a little bit in public and if it bugs you to have people staring or to approach you to ask about it, then it's worth the expense of the wig, even if you don't wear it all of the time. Besides, it's not like you'll NEVER use it again once your hair grows back. I for one would love to see how I'd look as a short-haired red-head. I would totally borrow it one day ;)Or in the winter (not the summer, it would be too hot), if you don't want to do your now-curly hair, voila! Wear the wig. It'll be the end of bad hair days for you.Good luck with your decision making!
Sorry, wish I could do more.
We just love you. Hang in there (I've never been a fashionista, so I don't have opinions...)
I say do it... Think of all the "soup-making" possibilities that come with a hot wig and some other ingredients. Plus, I just like what Talina said. :)
Talina's got it right. There's a lot of options and you are the only one who can make the right decision, because after all, the only one you have to make happy is yourself. If your comfortable as you are screw the people that stare, you don't need to impress them. Your strength shines through and you are a lot stronger than I would be.