This Cancer Survivor Shares Her Powerful Reason for Making the Bold Choice to Go Bald

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In this video, Charlene Mercieca, creator of Soap Cafe Malta, talks to beauty blogger DYNA about how her perception of makeup and fashion changed after her cancer diagnosis. She explains that the loss of hair due to cancer treatment makes some women feel that their femininity is at risk, and shares how she came to adopt a more masculine style — despite her fondness for softer looks. According to Mercieca, it’s important for cancer patients to embrace their new looks and work on staying positive throughout the experience.

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