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  • ForestYum
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    My hair stylist said it's rather norm to loss hair abt 4 mths after birth... not sure how true as I'm not near it yet. she said to prevent it is to do maintenance treatments (make more $ out of me! hehe) but not treating the ends but the roots and scalp.

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  • treschic
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    will hair-loss occur during pregnancy? or only after birth?

    i heard that there are many ingredients in skin care and makeup that we cant use.
    what are these ingredients?

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  • Lilian11
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    Curious to find out what everybody's beauty routine is.

    Mine is very fuss free - I will do the cleanser, face wash and moisturiser with SPF
    Powder foundation and lipgloss
    When going out somewhere special - add blusher and eyeshadow, sometimes mascara

    I'm much more "vain"now since having kids. Probably because I need to pamper myself from the stress!

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  • anneffendi
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    Originally posted by Cindy
    Hi mummies and mum-to-be,

    It's natural to experience hair drop around 3rd mth after delivery, as yr hormones level is adjusting(back to pre-pregnancy). During yr pregnancy, some of you will notice that your hair becomes fuller and bouncy as yr hormones level are high. I have very long(waist-length) and thick hair and my hair was dropping like "MAD"! Actaully, you will notice that yr baby is also dropping hair fm 3mth, also due to hormones.

    My baby is coming 6mth old now and my hair dropping has stop. I just did a perm/color/highlight last week and so far seems ok.

    Cindy
    Yeah man!!
    My hair drops frequently esp after shampooing ..After sweeping/vacuum floor,still can find hair strands eughh..testing my patience..I have to trim my hair to reduce the hair drops..

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  • Bamboo
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    Hi mummies and mum-to-be,

    It's natural to experience hair drop around 3rd mth after delivery, as yr hormones level is adjusting(back to pre-pregnancy). During yr pregnancy, some of you will notice that your hair becomes fuller and bouncy as yr hormones level are high. I have very long(waist-length) and thick hair and my hair was dropping like "MAD"! Actaully, you will notice that yr baby is also dropping hair fm 3mth, also due to hormones.

    My baby is coming 6mth old now and my hair dropping has stop. I just did a perm/color/highlight last week and so far seems ok.

    Cindy

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  • jamci
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    Originally posted by Pinksuki
    Wow, sounds bad!I didnt know pregnancy can cause hair loss. Did yours occur during pregnancy or after u deliver?

    Im almost set on making appt to do rebonding this weekend!Better think twice!
    It occur 3 mth later after i had delivered. It is due to hormones changes. A lot of people said that this problem will go away slowly when your baby reached 6 mths old later.
    Now i am praying hard

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  • Pinksuki
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    Wow, sounds bad!I didnt know pregnancy can cause hair loss. Did yours occur during pregnancy or after u deliver?

    Im almost set on making appt to do rebonding this weekend!Better think twice!

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  • jamci
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    Originally posted by bomy
    Not sure if I'm posting at the right thread.

    I wonder if I can pluck underarm hair during preggie instead of shave?
    I hate to shave as it makes the hair grow coarse and dark.
    I also pluck instead of shave. I hate the rough rough feeling when it grow back.

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  • jamci
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    My hair stylist advised me not to do rebonding when i was preggie. Even now i had already given birth, i still not yet done rebonding cos my hair start DROPPING a lot until now when my baby was 3 mths old!!!! Now i had cut my hair shorter and trying to make my hair more healthy first instead of putting more chemical on it.
    One of my frd also complained the same thing as me after delivered her baby, she can even see her hair scalp

    So don't sulk first, keep your hair healthy first until when your child is at least 8mth to 1 yr, then u can start making yourself pretty again! Nothing is too late!

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  • Pinksuki
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    Anyone knows if i can do rebonding or hair treatment now? Im in my 22 weeks and my hair is really in a mess. I dont mind not doing a color job though i have half black and half brown hair, but my hair is in all directions now due to a bad cut and damaged hair ends!Im depressed.REally depressed.I sit infront of the mirror and sulk everyday...

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  • bomy
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    Shaved or plucked

    Not sure if I'm posting at the right thread.

    I wonder if I can pluck underarm hair during preggie instead of shave?
    I hate to shave as it makes the hair grow coarse and dark.

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  • mogmick
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    I had to continue putting the usual amount since I was working. But during my 1st trimester, I was pretty sick and VERY sensitive to smells (most of which made me gag). This happen to include some of the smell of the makeup (like foundation, lip gloss) so it was quite a pain to put it on

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  • Acidica
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    Same as Ariel, I still on makeup and take care of my skin very well when preggie. Really slack alot when baby is born cos I am so tired out from taking care of him. I think my dark circle got worse and below eye area become very dry. Started my eye treatment with my beautician two weeks back

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  • cc_lia
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    I still do but just worry about my skincare because pregnancy really changes our skin hormones seems to be more oily than usual. :Doh:

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  • Ariel
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    Same here! I continued to put on makeup when I was preggers but I was slack about taking care of my skin because I was just so tired all the time and couldn't be bothered about it. Now that the baby's out, it's become worse I think as I hardly ever use my skincare anymore. By the end of the day, I am too tired to really sit down and apply anything.

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