Wayback Machine: a note about jagua

 When I first lost my hair, I ordered a set of stencils and henna from the now-defunct Chemo Chicks. The henna looked great when it dried, almost like chocolate icing, but when the dried henna fell off (as it's supposed to) the marks weren't as dark as I wanted them to be. I discovered jagua ink made from jagua, which is a fruit, and used it to make designs and slogans on my head. My team of designers included Jennifer Berman, Sharon Solwitz, and Garnett Kilberg-Cohen. Here are some of the head decorations:

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