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Monday, 3 October 2022

Hot tips to manage postpartum hair loss

Hot tricks to manage postpartum hair loss 


Don’t be alarmed if you discover your hair falling out in clumps after the stork’s visit. Whilst the world frets about postpartum depression in newbie mommies, very some actually focus on Telogen Effluvium (postpartum hair loss). As per  trichologists, this phenomenon occurs to 50 per cent of women postpartum. Happily, it isn’t permanent; your locks will develop back within a year after childbirth. In the interim period, here’s how you can create a terrific mane point:

A cut above the rest

You are a new mom, so treat yourself to a new hairstyle! If you had sported long tresses in the past, maybe now you could choose for a graduated bob with chin-skimming panels in the front or sport bangs to frame your face or also layer your locks all over to add volume, yes?

Color you fun

Coloring your hair is always a best  way to provide it body. If you feel that your hairline is receding and you have a dark hair, highlighting the front can act as a camouflage. Or try a glossing, a treatment that provides hair all-over shine.

It’s all about texture

If you have a straight hair, try utilizing rollers or a curling iron to give your locks some oomph Pre-pregnancy perhaps you were partial to your hairdryer to blow out your a curly or wavy hair. Maybe now is the time to let your curls a loose?

Headlining moments

New moms rarely have time for hair care. Ergo, headbands, scarves and bandannas to up your fun quotient! It even disguises your hair loss.

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