Pinkett Smith first shared that she had alopecia in 2018. "It was terrifying when it first started," she said on 'Red Table Talk'. She has since been posting pics of herself embracing her short buzz cut.
Viola Davis revealed she's had alopecia since she was 28. She reportedly developed the condition due to stress and wore wigs to hide her bald patch. However, she's since grown to accept it.
Kristin Davis revealed she experienced hair loss after giving birth to her daughter. The star revealed that her hair stylists often covered up her patches with extensions and other techniques.
Knightley said she started wearing wigs in 2010 after her hair loss became severe due to styling-related damage.
Supermodel Tyra Banks also said that her hair loss was stress-related as she hardly had a moment to eat or relax.
Selma Blair got real about her struggle with hair loss after giving birth. She said her hair fell out in chunks and left bald spots. It was only three months postpartum that it started growing back.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell also spoke about losing her hair because of extensions and weaves that led to hair damage.
Amy Schumer revealed that she has a hair-pulling disorder trichotillomania. She once pulled out so much hair that she had to cover up the patch by wearing a wig.
'The postpartum hair loss is REAL', said Lea Michele in a post as she opened up about her experience a few months after giving birth to her first child.
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