In the beginning based on need, Peggy was making her own wigs and hairpieces. She created the first highlight with silver thread and a bobby pin. She also fashioned an add-on piece of hair which fit into her own - the first extension? Her fascination with hair as a child, her own hair loss and a lot of experimentation led to the Peggy Knight Solution for Hair Loss.As a founding member of NAAF and a contributor to the wig section of their newsletter, she quickly found that most salons and manufacturers focused on the needs of men with male patterned baldness. Not only were her hair needs unmet, but no one seemed to understand the emotional impact of hair loss on women.Peggy decided a change was needed. She decided to take matters into her own hands. She started her wig business, operating out of a bedroom in her home. Soon her client list, as well as her knowledge grew. There was more to do."Why weren´t wigs for children being made?" The market for children was too small.Her first step into the hair replacement business came when she received a call from the founder of NAAF who told her about the "Rolls Royce" of hairpieces,a hairpiece that stayed on your head with suction. This was a big change from tape or elastic.She found out more about this life-changing innovation on a trip to Europe. As soon as she had her new hair styled and it did not come off in a wind storm, she knew this was the answer. She set out to tell everyone in need of her new discovery.Today, 25 years later, her company, Peggy Knight Solutions (PKS) dominates the women´s hair market.