You might notice a few hairs in the shower drain or in your brush, but when does normal shedding turn into a concern? Millions of women suffer from hair loss resulting from oral contraceptives, hormonal imbalances, and even genetics. So when should you consult a doctor, who should you talk to, and what are the at-home options for hiding hair loss? We sat down with fine-hair specialist Lucinda Ellery, who has worked with celebrities like Cheryl Cole and has studios in Los Angeles and London, to chat about the options out there, including quick tips you can use in your bathroom. On Kirbie: Nanette Lepore dress
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