Ashley Graham Reveals Hairline Regrows After Postpartum Hair Loss

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Ashley Graham has shared an update on her hair loss after opening up about the “traumatic” postpartum side effect before.

Graham, who shares three children with husband Justin Ervin, told fans about the status of her hairline on Wednesday, when she posted an Instagram album of photos of herself and attached a close-up photo of her hairline.

“Swipe to see my hairline coming in,” the model captioned the photos, which showed her hairline filling in with baby hairs.

Graham’s update comes after she revealed during an interview with Parents last year that her hair started falling out in clumps four months after the birth of the couple’s eldest son Isaac in January 2020.

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“I think it was about four months, my entire hairline fell out,” Graham told the outlet. “And that was more traumatic than even a birth, because I was like, ‘My hair is falling out in clumps — what am I doing?’ and then I realized it really is a thing.”

The condition is common among new mothers, according to experts, with gynecologist Dr. Sheila Newman previously said: TUSEN: “It actually has a name. Postpartum hair loss is called telogen effluvium and occurs four to six months after pregnancy. During pregnancy, when women’s hair looks luscious, thick and beautiful, it’s because they don’t lose the 100 strands of hair they would normally lose in a day. But once they give birth, the hair goes into the shedding phase and all this hair can fall out. But it grows back, it’s completely reversible.”

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On social media, the model’s update was met with appreciation from fellow moms, with many of Graham’s followers sharing their own experiences with postpartum hair loss.

“Felt the postpartum baby hair dilemma,” one person commented, while another said, “Same hairline here. Six months postpartum.”

“Yeah! Such a satisfying moment when you find your body coming back to you after those babies,” wrote someone else.

While speaking with ParentsGraham revealed that she also had dermatological issues after the birth of her first child, with the model revealing that her skin was “becoming a little irritated” and that she had “a little bit of rosacea.”

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However, she also noted at the time that “the rewards are daily,” and that her and Ervin’s first child brought them “so much joy.”

The couple recently expanded their family with twins, with Graham giving birth to sons Malachi and Rowan in January 2022.

As you open up about the birth experience in a personal essay for glamourthe former Illustrated Sports model revealed she had severe bleeding after birth and was unable to walk for days.

“I couldn’t walk for a week. And I haven’t left my house for almost two months,’ she said.

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