admin | September 27, 2016 | Beauty |
The consequences of the bun hairstyle can be scary. Many women are terrified when they see a ball of their hair in the bathtub, or too much hair on the brush. Although stress is the most common cause of hair loss, there are other reasons why this is happening to you, and you can prevent it. A story of this girl just talk about it.
Former ballerina Diva Hollands wore her hair in a high bun or a ponytail every day and the consequences were dire. So she decided to speak out about her experience in order to help other girls.
Diva started ballet at the age of 3, which meant her hair was mostly piled high on top of her head.
At 13, she noticed that her hair was thinning along her forehead, for which at 22 she had a hair transplant.
Because of the hair loss, she was bullied at school.
“The bullying started when I was 13 years old. That was the reason I was very insecure and I worked anything to hide my hairline, “she said, admitting that her schoolmates said that her forehead was the size of a football field.
After she met her fiancée David Lawson-Brown, it took her a long time to show him how her hairline really looked.
“It took me six months to tell him about my hairline. Yes, for me it was something very personal, “- she said.
She quit ballet at the age of 18 to become a model. Today, she’s a mother of a two year old boy and a six-month daughter.
Last year he visited the specialist Edward Ball at the London Clinic Maitland. In October last year he performed a hair transplant on the front of her head. One year after the surgery Diva isn’t hiding her enthusiasm about the results.
Hair loss in women is still a major taboo. That can happen to anyone and there is no reason to feel ashamed.
Alopecia, which is the medical term for this type of hair loss, can happen if wearing your hair in high buns and tails every day. Experts advise to let your hair free whenever you can.