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Ashley Graham shows how hairline is growing back … after shedding locks months after giving birth

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Ashley Graham took to Instagram on Wednesday to show how her hairline is growing back in after dealing with postpartum hair loss after welcoming twins earlier this year.The Lincoln, Nebraska native, 34, captioned a series of shots, 'Swipe to see my hairline coming in,' as she showed off multiple shots of her coif from different angles.The supermodel included an up-close look at her hairline, including shots in which she was posed in front of a sink in a floral print blouse and white slacks.

The latest:Ashley Graham, 34, took to Instagram on Wednesday to show how her hairline is growing back in, after dealing with postpartum hair loss after welcoming twins earlier this yearGraham, who has 18.8 million followers on Instagram, previously opened up about her health and beauty issues on the site in April, months after she welcomed twin sons Malachi and Roman on January 7.Graham is also mother to son Isaac, two, with her husband Justin Ervin.

Ashley, who was Sports Illustrated's first-ever plus-size cover girl, sang about her hair loss issues to the tune of Carrie Underwood's Jesus Take the Wheel.She sang, 'Jesus take the wheel, take it from my hands, cause my hair is comin', it's comin' out, cause I'm three months postpartum.' Graham showed a close-up of her hairline to her 18.8 million followers on Instagram The model donned a floral print blouse and white slacks in the series of Instagram shots According to the The American Academy of Dermatology, 'Many new moms see noticeable hair loss a few months after having a baby.

This is normal - and it is not true hair loss. Dermatologists refer to this condition as excessive hair shedding. The excessive shedding is caused by falling estrogen levels.'The organization continued, 'The.

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