Eve Removes Her Wig During Dinner | First Dates

A contestant on show 'First Dates' had viewers in tears when she took off her wig mid-date, but her date's reaction is priceless.

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Comment by Dorothy on June 30, 2017 at 12:23am

I think she should have shown up if she wanted to take the wig off, then again it was all her call and she felt comfortable.  Me, being a widow with AU,  have always felt if I ever date again, I would not tell the man until after several dates, after I have had time to see if I want to more dates but want to then see how the man feels about the AU.  I will add this young lady looks quite pretty without her wig.

Comment by Dsherman2007 on June 30, 2017 at 4:06am

This was a good thing who cares what others think and there is nothing wrong with showing this man who she truly is and just being honest and thought he should know!!!  We are in this group to give support to Women or Men with Alopecia.  She is Beautiful with or without the wig and she is a brave women in My Eyes!!!! I have a Daughter with Alopecia and Sad1995 if this makes you cringed then why are you in the group to begin with and people like this lady need support and not to be put down for showing who they are in any situation!!! Modesty you say how about being honest and not being ashamed to show this man who she is and her dealing with Alopecia!!!

Comment by Debbi Fuller on June 30, 2017 at 8:46am

Totally agree Dsherman2007!!

Comment by Debbi Fuller on June 30, 2017 at 8:52am

NO!  I said that he WOULD be getting dates!  Why not?  If he's nice and decent looking he'd have all kinds of women who want to date him.  Just like a girl who is decent-looking and doesn't have hair.  Modesty has nothing to do with it - it has to do with self-confidence and wanting the guy to know who she really is.  Not everyone would have handled it that way, but I support her totally.  Others might wait until the second or third date but there are no rules with something personal like this!

Comment by skit on June 30, 2017 at 12:13pm

Ok this is an age related issue. As older person I am more self aware . I started losing hair at 21. Most of my hair had gone by 34. Hair can define people so much. Younger people do not have the same hang ups it seems. Maybe in years to come hairpieces will just be for amusing  events not medical need?

Comment by Deborah Gay Smith on June 30, 2017 at 3:30pm

 I love this film! This had given me the freedom to not hide from my AU. Before I would always wear a head cover all the time. I've had AU for 8+ years now. Yes, I do wish I had my beautiful Auburn/.Brown hair back. But I've accept the fact that it won't be back. Now, I go bald all the time now. I don't care who sees me being bald. When am out in the sun, I do wear a cover. So I won't get sun burn. But its taken me a long time going out and being bald. Don't give up. It takes time for yourself to except the disease. Like I did. I do have a wig, that I wear in the winter time. Keep up your Faith, except who you are, and feel good about yourself, Takes time though.

Comment by Debbi Fuller on June 30, 2017 at 3:52pm

Wonderful comment Deborah!  

Comment by Shaina on July 1, 2017 at 2:06pm

Never would I have predicted that a woman suffering from alopecia would have her choices concerning her wig criticized on alopecia world! She's stunning, he was into it and there's nothing wrong with her behavior. I take off my wig whenever I feel like it, even in front of dates, because I'm not insecure or ashamed about my medical condition. These are personal decisions we have no right to make for one another.

Comment by Debbi Fuller on July 1, 2017 at 2:12pm

Right on Shaina!!

Comment by Pat on July 3, 2017 at 1:41am

She was very courageous to do this but to be honest I felt like it really put the guy on the spot. I mean what else was he going to say...and of course she's beautiful without hair she's young for god's sake and very pretty. Not everyone can say the same!


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