I'm not wearing supplemental hair yet, but I think about it a lot since my hair could go either way at this point. I guess I'm trying to get myself used to the idea. My husband always tells me that if I wear hair, I shouldn't keep it a big, dark secret. He thinks that hiding it will be too suffocating, plus I risk accidental exposure if I have a "wardrobe malfunction", only with my hair! I definitely see his point and I'll admit that the thought of trying to transition into a piece with NO one (not even my mom!) noticing puts a lot of pressure on the whole thing. It has to be perfect right out the gate so no one can tell I've made the move. That's kind of a tall order. My DH thinks that taking a more relaxed and honest approach is the way to go. And it could even be liberating to switch styles for fun without worrying about blowing my cover. BUT... Knowing me, I just wonder if I could pull off that kind of easy, brezy attitude about the whole thing. As much as I like the idea of owning it, I bet I can't pull it off. I guess it's because the idea of hair loss hurts a lot and by admitting to a hair piece, I'd be admitting to failure. So what do you do? Is your piece your deep, dark secret or do you try to be open/have fun with it? Mind you, I don't mean shouting "Hey I'm wearing a wig!" from the rooftops or anything. And I don't mean not being concerned about finding a quality piece that matches well and fits right. But just not being paranoid about hiding it or changing styles, you know?