Hair Care Tips For Busy Mums

As a mum that suffered post natal hair loss on three occasions now I know how your confidence can suffer when the luscious locks of pregnancy start to clog up the bathroom sink. I have found different ways of dealing with this each time and so I thought I would share my thoughts on hair care when this happens.
After my first pregnancy I suffered with drastic hair loss. It took time for my hair to get back to normal but at 9 months post natal it was still falling out. Eventually I booked in for a haircut. Now this may seem normal to most mums but it’s a huge costs during maternity leave. Gradually I have gone from longer length hair to a short cropped style. Your hair needs a reboot and I have finally found a style that works but also makes my hair look fuller than ever. A good hairstylist will always treat your hair with respect and share some great ideas with you. I never expected to go so short but for me it worked to give my hair and a confidence a boost.
Secondly your normal hair products just may not be suited for your hair after having kids. Just like your skin your hair can change so it is worth investing and trying some new products. I fins a sea salt spray or a texture spray is great for giving my hair a boost in the mornings.
Dress it up a bit! Your hair may be flyaway, thinning or looking a bit lack lustre now but think about how you can accessorise. A bandana or headscarf  always makes my hair look way better if I haven’t got time to wash it before the school run. Add a bit of Pizzazz with a wrap and you are good to go!
If you are really suffering then maybe FUE hair transplant cost might be the most effective treatment for you. Of course this depends on your family finances as well as how severe your hair loss is. I can see that if my confidence was low because of this again it would be something I would consider.
*This is a collaborative post

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