Kim Kardashian has postpartum bald spots & a sewn-in weave: creepy or normal?

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I hope you guys understand that when I’m talking about extensions, weaves, wiglets and everything in their “hair applique” genre, I have no idea what I’m talking about. I’m half-Indian. I’ve always had awesome hair (not to brag or anything). My biggest hair problem is that I started going grey early, so I dye my hair regularly now. That’s it. I’ve never worn a hair piece of any kind. No weaves, no extensions, no wiglets. I have no idea what it’s like to want to wear a piece or to need to wear a piece.

So maybe that’s why it took me so long to see Kim Kardashian’s weave-line in these photos. I wasn’t looking for it. And now that I’ve noticed it, I can’t un-see it. Radar pointed it out – they’re saying that Kim has been suffering from significant hair loss since she gave birth, which is pretty normal (from what I hear). Many, many women lose hair after giving birth, it’s something to do with your hormones. Here’s what Radar says:

Kim Kardashian says she’s already gotten her body back nearly seven months after giving birth to daughter North West. But what about her pre-baby mane? New candid photos of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star suggest that she’s relying on extensive weaves to cover up several bald patches, and an expert tells RadarOnline.com that her pregnancy hormones could be to blame.

“Birth and rapid weight loss are two factors that have triggered Kim’s thinning hair and made her opt for hair extensions to boost her diminished hair volume,” celebrity hair expert Tatiana Karelina tells Radar exclusively.

“It is well known that … when you have the baby, most women find they seem to be losing a lot more hair than normal,” the international hair extensions expert explains. “What with the rapid amount of weight Kim lost dieting in the months after the birth, this may have even accelerated the hair loss, creating sparser looking patches that we can clearly see along the hairline.”

But opting for what appears to be a sewn-in weave may not have been the best choice, Karelina says.

“In spite of giving instant full, thick hair, weaves put extreme pressure on the hair and scalp,” she says. “Often too heavy and tight, the pulling and weight [of the weave] can cause severe migraines and traction alopecia, which actually increases hair loss, rather than helping to recover healthy hair growth.”

“I would not recommend that Kim keep that weave in her hair,” Karelina says.

Instead, she should “opt for lighter, non-damaging extensions,” she continues, “or a simple clip-in that can be taken out often to relieve the pressure on the hair follicles and the scalp.”

Naomi Campbell, Rihanna, and other celebs have suffered a similar fate thanks to their hair accessories.

[From Radar]

I’m sure Kim will come out and say that of course she doesn’t have bald spots and of course she’s not wearing a weave. Just like she would never admit to Photoshopping her waist and ass in Instagram photos, right? Just as she would never admit to several nose jobs, lip injections, Botox and all of that. At this point, perhaps it would be easier to make a list of the parts of her body which we believe are actually real.

Seriously, these weave photos are freaking me out a little.

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  1. Not says:

    sew weave…..My style, not for her. But if she likey pain, CAUSE IT CAN HURT if you dont have ‘my hair’!

    • Bitca says:

      White chicks should NOT get weaves (Rihanna’s hair might be OK if she hadn’t peroxided it every month & colored it; can’t even bear to think about Bey’s abused scalp).

      Granted, back in circa 1990, I was unaware of the weave/extension difference, & a girlfriend persuaded me to get a weave to lengthen my thin mane of platinum hair. Did it 2x. Hurt like hell; didn’t want my bf to touch the back of my head when kissing me–he hated it–& I finally just tore it out in a fit of annoyance.

      Shortly after, related this tale to co-workers at a temp job. About 75% of them were young black women; they were ROTFL. “You had a WEAVE, Bitca?” One laughed; “I thought that was a Black thing!” She had a point. Already thinned from bleaching, it took about 5 years for my poor hair to stop breaking off when it reached shoulder-length. Not long ago, a friend who’d been an 80′s promoter for Big-Hair Metal bands explained the difference…. *After* he’d spent a minute or two ROTFL.

      Maybe one of K Kar—ian’s invisible female pals played a little prank. Weird tho–I’d assumed Satan-Mom’s 3 eldest girls all had extensions. Overthinking much? Never even seen a clip of their show!

  2. lucy2 says:

    Eh, she can always just photoshop better hair onto her head, right?

    That looks really weird. I’m surprised she went out in public with it that visible, unless she’s just looking for some attention and then another excuse to cry victim of the paparazzi.

  3. MelissaMelissa says:

    If you google an interview about Kim and her beauty routine, you’ll probably find a lot of hair tips. Is she not using the resources she has? She can certainly afford the best hairstylist and hair products, or are those just a fad too? Something put in the surface to sell the unattainable image of Hollywood glamour?

    One question for those who have experience wearing hair accessories: Which method hurts the less? Which one is less damaging?

    • Erinn says:

      To be fair though, if my hair was thinning out post baby, I’d be tempted to get some extensions or whatever to add some thickness. Mine started thinning from depo for a bit, but it’s evened out since. A beauty routine pre-baby might be different than it is post baby.

      Now, if she starts saying that she does the exact same routine, then I’ll call her out on it. I’m not calling her out on this though.

      • TG says:

        Don’t be fooled by the just had a baby bullsh*t spin. As if she just got a weave now because giving birth has ruined her hair or something. This woman has been weaving it up for a long time. I know that hormones do play a factor in hair loss but she is trying to spin it like this is the reason for the weave, which is BS since she has had extensions or whatever it is called long before Ignorth was spawned.

    • Petee says:

      I have had extensions for over 6 years now.Mine are the ones with the protein bonds and I have no bald spots.You are only supposed to put them up to a certain point in your hair.That is why Britney Spears always look so bad.They are not supposed to be close to your scalp and most differently not near the part in your hair.I got mine because my hair stopped growing and was thinning out after I went pre menopause.The one’s you sew in your hair are the ones that hurt and really damage your hair.I am happy with mine and everyone thinks that it is my real hair.Also you need to change them out.I usually do after 4 months because my hair grows out pretty fast.

    • Bitca says:

      Sorry; this would have been a double-post.

      BUT…. Is it Just me, or in profile & w/a blonde up-do, does KK resemble Peaches Geldof?

    • Ange says:

      I got a sew in weave for my wedding because I can’t grow my hair past my shoulders anymore (I have super thick hair but went grey early and all the dyeing stops growth). I wouldn’t recommend it, it hurt like hell and even with quality extensions like I had the hair knots up if you just look at it funny. It requires so much maintenance to keep the fake hair from drying out and knotting up I had them taken out after only 3 weeks. I then had my own hair cut really short because I literally couldn’t handle having any sort of length to it after the experience. Drama queen much lol.

  4. Mar says:

    Holy crap she looks like Lara Flynn Boil on the bottom picture!!!!
    She has become a slave to her looks- but the sad part is she is so fake now you can’t appreciate her at all.

    • Move On says:

      I agree. Her face looks terrible since she got her lips overly inflated and don’t get me started on her ridiculous rear. SO sad for her to not have any self esteem or confidence and to keep ruining her looks with surgery.

    • Subi says:

      I think her face (and body for that matter) looks like it’s made out of rubber – she always has the same expression. Is that because she can’t move her face muscles? I read an article, something about ‘what doctors won’t tell you about breast implants’ along the lines of they are always cold and you’re always conscious of them being there. Does anyone know what a face full of botox and fillers actually FEELS like? Are you aware of it? Do fillers feel ‘heavy’ in your face?

  5. Lori says:

    Postpardum my hair fell out in clumps! RIght around the 3 month mark. And I have a lot of hair. My sister……..you could see her scalp.

    • FinallyFr33 says:

      It happened to me too! My hairline moved back 2 inches! My temples were almost completely bald. Thank God for Jamaican Black Castor Oil! My hair started growing back in 2 weeks and completely unnoticeable after 2 months.

    • Sisi says:

      See this is what i expect might happen to me if I ever get pregnant, because the top of my scalp is already visible through my thin hair right now without all that hormone stuff. I have a 10cm view straight through to the back in certain lighting. And a fivehead.

      I’ll be completely bald probably, haha.

    • Dani says:

      Yep 4 months pp and I’m loosing hair in clumps. I have a few bald spots that look similar to Kim’s when I put my hair up. My scalp has also been KILLING me, OB said to keep taking the prenatals.

    • Josephine says:

      She has always worn a weave. I seriously doubt she is suffering from post-partum hair loss. First, it’s 7 months later. Second, hair loss is extremely unusual in the back part of the head, where the hair is by far the thickest and healthiest. It is much more common near the hair line and part line, where hair is both thinnest and weakest. I lost hair after pregnancies, but not in these well patterned, uniform lines that magically match those of a weave.

      • itstrue says:

        It has a lot to do with nursing. It takes a lot of nutrients to produce breast milk and if you aren’t getting enough your body will stop with non essential functions first. Hair retention and color being the first to go. Based on how she’s dieting, I wager she isn’t getting enough nutrition to support hair retention, her babies needs and her own needs. So if she is still nursing it is totally possible it’s related to having the baby. Though, I would think that if it’s already trying to fall out pulling on it with a weave probably doesn’t help,

      • emmie_a says:

        Josephine: Yes! Hair loss from the lower back hairline (due to pregnancy) is rare. Postpartum hair loss can effect the entire scalp but it’s predominantly along the front hair line, along the forehead and temples. Kim’s hair loss is from her weaves. It has little to nothing to do with her pregnancy. And look at how much she has damaged her hair bc even with her weave her hair still looks thin and stringy.

      • swack says:

        @istrue. Don’t believe she is breastfeeding. Believe it stopped when she went to Paris. Reports state that Kanye wouldn’t let her bring her breast pump.

      • blue marie says:

        I would never have known that, thanks Josephine.

      • Marigold says:

        I am a year postpartum and my hair is still falling out so don’t be so quick to say it should be over 7 months postpartum. Mine started falling out at 4 month PP and it was probably the worst at 7 months PP. It has only just started to taper off in the last 2 months.

        And whoever in this thread thinks she’s still breastfeeding, I have a bridge I’d like to sell you in Brooklyn. She couldn’t pull off half the crap she was wearing/any of the trips she took where she was out for hours and hours at a time so soon after her birth with lactating breasts.

      • itstrue says:

        I know a lot of women who heavily pumped. I don’t want to assume that she wouldn’t. I know her sister has prioritized breastfeeding and is often from home. It can be done. Whether or not she is I don’t know for sure, but I hope she is.

      • hazeldazel says:

        I think she has bald areas because she’s ALWAYS has had weaves. Let’s get real, here. This isn’t a new thing. You get bald spots from weaves and tight weaving or other types of hairdressing that stresses out the follicles.

        And she’s not breastfeeding. You don’t breastfeed every day and then go to Europe for a week or two and leave the baby at home.

      • TG says:

        Josephine / I commented about Kimmy’s BS exude before reading your comment but I agree with you and why do people keep mentioning breast feeding? Does anyone really think this vain, selfish sausage wearing nitwit would actually deign to breast feed? Breast feeding requires you to actually bond with the baby and be around the child more than five minutes. More specifically you actually have to be in the same room with the baby and have physical contact. None of which this Selfie-Loving Kanye chaser does.

    • Florc says:

      This is one of those things women tend not to talk about when on the subject of babies.
      Your hair falls out in clumps and your teeth become cavity riddled. I can’t fault a single woman for fake hair post baby. It’s rough and a blow to your self esteem.

      • Nicolette says:

        Don’t forget the 1/2 size increase in shoes.

      • the Original Tiffany says:

        Not everyone, that is ridiculous. I’ve had two kids with NO cavities and not much hair loss at all. Not even when I nursed for four years straight and the close together pregnancies.

        My hair was thick through it all, even after my early hysterectomy. If anything, I’ve got too much hair.

        I think weave wearing for so long is what has totally ruined her hair.

        Also, no WAY is she still nursing. She isn’t with that baby nearly enough, even when she was tiny. Nursing newborns are always nursing and are almost attached constantly. (Sure seems that way)

      • Meggie says:

        Original Tiff-Thank you! Exactly.

        I didn’t lose hair-it stayed the same actually throughout my whole pregnancy-and zero cavities. It’s all completely dependent on your genes and other factors. Like some women get stretch marks and others don’t.

      • Florc says:

        TOT
        I never claimed it happens to everyone. That would be ridiculous.
        Congratulations for no cavities and full, thick locks during your pregnancies, but you are not the gold standard. No one is. It’s just not uncommon for women to lose their hair and suffer a loss of calcium in their bodies after giving birth. Some women are hocked when this happens because it’s not discussed.
        I almost feel you’ve commented in the wrong spot.

    • Ag says:

      A lot of my hair fell out too post-partum. I was shedding like crazy and ended up with a baldish spot by where I naturally part my hair. It’s grown back, so no biggie. All you can do is wait it out. :)

    • Poink says:

      Oh no! I’m almost 3 week PP. Is this what I have to look forward to? :(

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      This is most definitely something that women don’t talk about.

      Women go through so much to bring life into this world. As someone who is child-free, I have much respect for you ladies who give birth, and I hope your husbands/boyfriends/baby daddies have gratitude as well!

    • elo says:

      I’m six months out and it still seems like I am losing a lot of hair. Of course my kiddo is a hair pulled so that might have a bit to do with it, but I digress, I feel bad for her if it is post partum, it makes me feel pretty down, with trying to lose weight too. Uggh no one tells the truth about post baby issues.

    • Lauren says:

      My hair did not fall out. However, i do take vitamins-perhaps that helped. Michelle Duggar had 18 or 19 children, and she doesn’t have bald spots! Probably because Michelle does not starve herself after birth, drink alcohol or party her ass off when she has a baby a home. KK is so fake and vile-her face has become frightening.

      • Isa says:

        Yup, while pregnant you don’t shed your hair as much. Then after you have your baby all bets are off. It starts at about 3 months postpartum for me. My hairline starts receding and it sucks. I’m breastfeeding, taking my prenatal vitamins, and not on a diet. It still happens to me. My teeth also hurt, I probably need to see the dentist.
        I’m dreading it. I’m 2 weeks postpartum and my son was born almost 2.5 years ago. My baby hair was just getting long again and soon it will be back to square one.
        Oh well, she’s worth it.

    • Audrey says:

      My hair is so thick that I thought I’d be okay

      Wrong. I was in tears. My hairline moved back and my temples were horrible.

      Biotin and my prenatal have it growing back but omg it’s still rough. 9 months pp

  6. Amanda says:

    I’m pretty sure Kim has been wearing hair pieces and extensions for years, and that is a more likely reason for hair loss and bald spots. Weaves can be very damaging to hair, especially along the hairline all around the head.

    • Rachel says:

      There’s also the fact that she’s bleaching her hair on the regular. The post-partum hair loss she could come back from. But abusing your hair for years? There’s no coming back from that.

    • doofus says:

      yeah, I figured this scenario is MUCH more likely. but, she can blame it on post partum hormones because then people will have sympathy for her instead of saying “well, that’s what you get when you’re a slave to your appearance”.

    • SnarkySnarkers says:

      Highly doubting its post pregnancy hormones. All the K sisters wear clip in hair extensions and or sew ins. I’m pretty sure theres pictures floating around of Kourtney getting hers put in. I’ve also seen selfies Kim has posted with hair extensions laying around in the back.

      I have a set of clip in hair extensions and love the crap out of them. I don’t wear them daily or anything but when you have fine hair its really is nice for adding some volume when you go out or special occasions.

    • hazeldazel says:

      THIS times a million! She’s most likely been going bald considering she’s always worn a weave/extensions. This is probably a set-up so that they can have “OMG, look at the suffering I’m going through for having a baby!” story arc on their stupid show.

  7. Tiffany27 says:

    I thought you couldn’t put your hair up like that when you had a weave? Like girl, your tracks are showing.
    And I’m pretty sure the hair coloring isn’t helping either.

    • V4Real says:

      Kim has been wearing hair extentions for years. I’m assuming that’s part of the cause of her hair loss as well as the constant bleaching.

      “I thought you couldn’t put your hair up like that when you had a weave?”

      It depends on the type of weaves you get. If you get the locking system, or the fusion system you can wear your hair however you like. What they do is add the extentions to a few strands of hair at a time. Some people such as Brandi, from the RHOBH, Pamela Anderson and Jessica Simpson uses clip in weaves that can be removed or added on a daily basis. A lot of entertainers such as Beyonce, Ciara, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga and Rihanna perfer to use lace front wigs to achieve various looks.

      There are two ways weaves can be sewn in. One way is how you see Kim’s hair in the picture and that’s when they sew the tracks to your hair which is braided, the other way they sew the tracks is by using the netting system. They sew the tracks onto the nets to relieve the pressure from your natural hair. With sewn in weaves some people leave some of their natural hair out. All weaves can damage your hair over a period of time but the best weave system to use is most likely the fusion or the locking. All women should stay away from the glue in weaves.

    • Petee says:

      I put mine up and you can’t tell.I guess her hairdresser put’s in too many.

  8. Aims says:

    Everything related to Kim is fake. Her hair, lips, nose ect. She’s the definition of fraud.

  9. BooBooLaRue says:

    Wow, I almost feel sorry for her. I have awesome hair too. Sorry but I do.

  10. Neffie says:

    They all wear bags and bags of weave. Its not just black people wearing weaves,have you eve seen these celebs when they missed their appointments and have these tiny un healthy buns eg Khloe, Jennifer Lopez, Kate Moss,Jessica Simpson etc Most woman in hollywood and even in general where weaves and hair pieces.

    • Sullivan says:

      It seems as though all reality celebrities augment their hair. As for actresses, the fake hair seems commensurate with talent. The less talent an actress has, the more fake hair upon her head.

    • Tapioca says:

      Teri Hatcher once won Glamour(?) magazine’s “Woman of the Year” or whatever award and took her hairpiece off during her acceptance speech to point out how much fakery goes into winning and magically her hair looked just like a regular person’s!

      I think people expect some smoke and mirrors with celebs now; the annoying thing is when shampoo ads use hairpieces, almost as if to show how ineffective their volumising treatments really are…

  11. Sarah says:

    Sigh. I had a baby about the same time she had North and I can’t believe there’s any hair still left on my head. I’m actually thinking of chopping it off. Today :)

  12. Jacqueline says:

    My hairdresser said that most women’s hair thins post-partum, which is something I attribute to no longer taking prenatals. But, I’m in TOTAL shock that Kim would be so deceptive! Lol I love that this strikes the hardest with someone who is the MOST hung-up on her looks.

  13. Hannah says:

    Knees. I believe her knees are real.

  14. Cazzee says:

    Is she wearing the weave in response to the baldness…or is the baldness her scalp’s response to years and years of weaves?

  15. Dani says:

    This is maybe the only thing I will ever sympathize over with Kim. I used to wear extensions daily before I got pregnant, and now 4 months later I feel like I should be thanking every God out there that I still have some hair left on my head. Can’t wear my hair like that because unfortunately my bald spots are closer to the front and make it look like I have a wonky hair line.

  16. CaribbeanLaura says:

    I think if she took her time with the bun, she could have avoided the tracks showing so much, I thought that she would have more leaveout (The amount of your own hair that is not sewn in and cover telltale tracks) maybe her hair is really thining. I have no issue with her weave. I agree with posters above that it is rampant in hollywood, if not full sewn ins then at least clip ins for thickness.

  17. Josephine says:

    If she were actually losing her hair, I seriously doubt she would dye it and manipulate it on a daily basis. She always, always has her hair done with a blow-out, etc. It’s just a weave line. Like everything else about her, her hair is fake. That’s really old news.

  18. grrrl_75 says:

    The reason hair looks thicker during pregnancy is because you don’t “shed” as much as you do non-pregnant – but once that baby’s outta there all that non-shed hair falls out. Some women lose more than they would normally shed – but for the most part you’re just losing what was held on to for 9 months.

    http://americanpregnancy.org/pregnancyhealth/hairloss.html

    “The most common period of hair loss occurs approximately three months after delivery. The rise in hormones during pregnancy keeps you from losing your hair. After delivery, the hormones return to normal levels, which allows the hair to fall out and return to the normal cycle. The normal hair loss that was delayed during pregnancy may fall out all at once.

    Up to 60% of your hair that is in the growth state may enter into the telogen resting state. The hair loss usually peaks 3-4 months after delivery as your hair follicles rejuvenate themselves. As noted before, this hair loss is temporary and hair loss returns to normal within six to twelve months.”

  19. anoneemouse says:

    I think her fake hair compliments her fake nose, fake lips and botoxed skin! Anything less would be unnatural for her!

  20. GiGi says:

    I can tell she has extensions but I don’t see where the bald spots are? I just see where the glue is pulling to show her scalp. Of course, I don’t have the thickest hair so maybe that’s why I don’t see anything abnormal. She should have opted for a low ponytail or bun to disguise the extensions.

  21. GiGi says:

    I keep looking at the side profile of her face. She totally destroyed her face.

  22. Desuty says:

    Kim and Her sisters have been wearing sewn in for years….There’s a picture of them at a beauty salon years ago (Reggie era), getting their hair sewn in …..a Black salon. This is not new to these broads.

  23. Dawn says:

    Good god, it just never stops with this one! Never. Yes it is creepy; everything she does is creepy and horrid. If this woman is breathing she is lying about one thing or another. I simply can’t wait for the public to move on to a more normal and prettier person to idolize for nothing. I will say that Kim (thanks mainly to her mother) has done well for having absolutely zero talent, even her sex tape was a snooze. So well done Kimmode now move on and just be a wife to that nut case Kanye and a mother to your little girl and please emphasis to her North West that education is IMPORTANT even though neither her mother nor father have one.

  24. nicegirl says:

    Kaiser, any chance you might share what brand of color you (or your colorist) use for your grey coverage? I too have gone grey much earlier than I would like and have a hard time getting all those little wiry cruddy hairs covered fully. THANK YOU!!!

  25. Jo says:

    Years ago I wanted to try a short hairstyle, I was so excited to get it cut. BUT… afterwards, my hair (naturally wavy) sprung up to my ears! I was so upset, I found a stylist who did hair extensions. Awful awful things, I couldn’t stand them after 2 weeks and had them taken out. I learned a lesson from this: don’t put extra stress on your tresses, go for something simpler like a clip in piece.

  26. GiGi says:

    Are her nails real or artificial? They are appear short and natural here.

  27. Cro-girl says:

    It kind of just looks like the weave is pulling or clumping her thinner areas of hair together. Post partum hair loss is no joke. I had a baby two years ago and half my hair is ear length and the other half is beyond my shoulders. Its like my own little mullet. I had that 3 month fall out and then when I stopped nursing around 12 months it started again. I thought I would go bald!!! I was traumatised. I can’t even look down when I have a shower any more.

  28. Dimebox says:

    Shock and grief can also create hair loss. After my mother’s death I lost from a fourth to a third of my hair. I cut it shorter and began taking biotin and it came back. So I sympathize with hair loss, but it also assume that wearing extensions was nothing new to Kim.

  29. Jennyjenny says:

    I lost so much hair when my dude was around 5 months old. It was awful! We broke a vacuum cleaner because it was tangles up in my hair that was shedding everywhere. My shower was covered in chunks of hair. It has only just started growing back now that he is ten months. I actually feel bad for her… But I am sure she made it worse by bleaching her hair. Nevermind I revoke my feeling bad-ness.

  30. Hootysgram says:

    She’s jacked with her face so much now…that she looks JUST like Octamom in these pictures…and furthermore…like I said yesterday…..WHY IS ANY OF THIS NEWS? STOP with all the nonsense this woman does….WHO CARES? Next you’ll have pics of her sitting on a toilet….like we’d want to know when she uses the john…. Isn’t there anyone else you can report on with a more purposeful life?

    • Dana m says:

      Yes! Kim Kardashian is morphing into Octomom. I couldn’t quit put my finger on who but you hit it right on the spot! So sad what she’s done to her face. KK used to be very pretty before the nose job and all the other things she’s done to herself. The big butt is also kinda gross.

  31. Oceansoul89 says:

    After my mom gave birth to me, she lost a huge chuck of her hair on the side of her head. It didn’t grow back so she just combs some of her hair over it. That was almost 30 years ago.

  32. P.J. says:

    Oh come on! Let’s not blame (her pregnancy with) baby North on this mess. Everyone in the know knows that the too frequent wearing of extensions puts an incredible amount of stress on hair follicles and inevitably leads to partial baldness; it’s called “traction alopecia” (as the article states) and Kim has been wearing extensions FOREVER.

    Like Kaiser, I’ll never understand the fascination with extensions at all. More often than not they look fake & terrible, and the irony is that they’ll inevitably make one’s hair significantly THINNER when the original goal was more fullness, length, etc. So dumb.

  33. Lynne says:

    There are numerous pics of her with thinning hair before her pregnancy and I saw her and the first thing I noticed was how she was balding behind her temples. She was going to the salon and her hair was pulled up.
    Kourtney has sewn in extensions, why wouldn’t kim?

  34. Maggie says:

    My hair fell out about three months after giving birth but it all grew back. I think the worst thing you can do to your hair is color it. When women have colored their hair for years they get male pattern baldness. I used to work in a wig shop and I saw it all of the time. Look at women who are naturally dark haired. Really thick when they are young but not so much when they are older.

  35. We Miss You Enclave_24 says:

    I’m surprised she hasnt made an effort to get rid of those horrible dark circles around her eyes. I would be horrified if that ever happend to me, it looks awful.

  36. Fan says:

    Her success also came from within her. Aside from being exhibitionist, she is a very nice person.

  37. DesertReal says:

    Predictable. There’s nothing on this broad that isn’t fake. Even the recent photoshopped booty shot w/ that crazy stripper dame. She blatantly edited the hell out of her stomach (hence the curved floor/tiles close to her body). It just annoys me that she puts herself out there as some sort of authentic ideal when she’s anything but. Pun intended.

  38. Chrissy says:

    I think she will come to regret all the treatments and procedures she has done to herself once she gets to be in her forties and everything starts to head south. Already we see the camel-face, the lumpy butt, the bald patches on her head, her too small nose, the obvious breast implants (you can see the implants at times). I wouldn’t be surprised if she gets foot and back problems because of wearing hooker heels for decades. I wonder if she’ll find it was worth it in the end.

  39. homegrrrl says:

    None of that hair falling out or teeth getting weak happened with me. During my pregnancy I couldn’t tolerate sugar or processed food of any kind. I wanted meat, ice cream and jalepenos. I gained just enough weight for a healthy sized baby, but I blew up to a cow during nursing, then lost it all at weaning and have been more fit than ever since. My theighs rubbed together at one point, and I kind of looked like KK does right now under those retro coats. My hair is now thicker than ever, my brows and lashes are thicker, and my older body is more bangin, and just from daily yoga, getting outdoors, and eating whole foods not dieting.

    Let’s not forget that KK -always- had extensions as an adult, and THAT is why her hair is ruined. This mix up and excuse, prolly from her team, is why women get “scared” to have babies or -shock horror- nurse. KK probably has ruined her hair from extensions and from going blonde. I once had extensions and it took a few years for my normal hair to grow back because the sew in type pull your natural hair follicles all to h*ll. Plus going back and forth from light to dark (she tried it before her marriage to Humphries) will thin out the hair.

    This lady isn’t an example of “what preggers can do to you”, but an example of abusing Glamour products/practices that suck the beauty out of a woman.

  40. Cece says:

    Amazing to think about all the cosmecic surgery,reconstructive surgeries,false hair,lashes,lipo,heavy use of cosmetics,weight control,ect that has gone into this woman repeatedly. Year after Year,month after month,week to week and on a daily basis and look at her. The result is she has destroyed any and all natural beauty she may have had (taking into consideration noone knows the extent of what was fake to begin with) and its time for her to start all over again.The problem is she started much too young and the result is that she is a woman in her 30′s who has a seriously bad surgically altered face and the body of a much older woman. All in all she appears to be a woman about 50+ years old who has not kept herself up well at all,not excercised and the result is eccelerated aging. No amount of surgery nor lipo,cosmetic ect will repair the years of damage to her face and body now. She needs to just except that. Her face is beyond help and I dont think it has even healed into position yet.The body,dumpy.Just start buying well fitted loose clothing,long tops that dont ride up her a$$ a wig and go locate her baby. Stay home and raise her get out of the public eye and she wont have a need to photoshop her selfies only to be called out on it the next day when she calls the apps.

  41. cyndi says:

    “At this point, perhaps it would be
    easier to make a list of the parts of her body which we
    believe are actually real.”
    ——————-
    1) .
    Meh..I’ve got nothin’. c:

  42. raincoaster says:

    There IS a kind of weave that is actually glue-based. It sticks to your hair at the root and doesn’t come off till you use this special heat-based remover. My hairdresser told me about it; she said the worst mistake she ever made was not buying the franchise for that procedure for her city. She’d have made a fortune. She’s no fan of the damage sewn-in weaves can do.

  43. TherapyCranes says:

    I have hormone issues and have very thin fine hair. Before I cut my hair short I used extensions to give some thickness to my balding head. I’m not going to shade her for this. It’s embarrassing to go through. Any woman saying she’s fake or bad mouthing her for wearing a weave must not know what it’s like to feel insecure about losing your hair. Compassion for your fellow woman should be something to work on.

  44. Nikki says:

    As someone suffering from post-surgery telogen effluvium, I sympathize with her.

  45. Cece says:

    Very sorry for your conditiond and wishing recovery.
    This story is simply keeping Kim in the news. This is not about self- induced hair loss. This is very common now after years of extentions and air straightening products,Keratin gone wrong. Seeing this soo much.I personally have no bad feeling about any fairly safe cosmetic proceedures. Its all about knowing the facts and that there very well could be bad results and reactions. One must take oersonal responsibility. If it can happen then it very well may/will happen at some point.Its knowing when to quit.That well befire your hair falks out or so many surgeries your nose is too infantile for your face. This woman is addicted to reconstructive and cosmetic surgery and proceedures. For all she does to her face dont think for one minute she goes without make up. These people live 24/7 for themselves. They are vain,narcissistic,self centered people.Completely void of any feelings for others if any persin doesnot reflect them. This woman has no time for her own child. That child is not being protected from the public she is being negelected.This is a woman who shows off thousands in designer clothes and accessories made just for her child. She posts them but never with her daughter dressed appropriately the few very odd oictures of this child shows. Makes you wonder if these clothes are being saved for sale on ebay!? What is this ebay addiction this creatcher has? Void,empty plastic person.Save your sorrow and emphthany for those who are homeless,hungry and loosing hair due to starvation while Kim charges them postage,fees and costs out of her single 10% to charity ebay action and even that most probably went as a tax write off to PMK church.
    Feel sorry for her now?

  46. Cece says:

    sorry my mobile or this comment site sucks for posting errors,edits and spelling! Wont post corrections. Get the point ^^ hopefully.
    This is not some poor maternal,hormonal hair loss. Kim was able to get decades out of those glamorous extentions she pulled off as her own nateral beauty and refused to give it a break along with other heavy duty straightening,smoothing processes. Its all self induced,vanity hair we all would love to have. This is very common hair patch loss.

  47. Cece says:

    Sorry off real subject but how do you suppose a woman could dress in those horrid designer gowns (a joke?) especially torn, then attend the most important fashion show in Paris? How do you hold your head up in public after being a urinal in a sex tape? Then do it again with your baby daddy,spermdaddy,whatever? After your baby is born? Is Kayne getting even with her? The purse,the designer gowns? the acting part in his video? His songs ‘F… you in the sink?’ did I hear that right? Passive/aggressive for th at little sperm thieft and 18 years,18 years,she has not even begun to earn her money.

  48. malia says:

    first off, when you are pregnant, your hormones prevent you from shedding your hair, so after you have the baby your hair seems to be falling out more, this is because of the lack of shedding during pregnancy. so she should be left with what she started with. If she has lost a lot of hair it would be due to something else, maybe stress from having to photoshop everything! secondly i am pretty sure her ass has used these for a minute!. anyone can wear this if they have the right hair, ive seen black chicks, white chicks, native chicks, who should NOT wear this, and i have seen plenty who can and or should! it just depends. when you are the way kim kardashian is, fake all over, and pretentious as all hell, and you are not a truthful person…… then it gets real difficult i am sure to hide all the imperfections. i dont see why anyone should be surprised to find this out, hell, the woman claimed to have her baby early because her babies safety was on the line so they gave her a choice. IF YOUR BABIES HEALTH IS ON THE LINE THEY DO NOT GIVE YOU A CHOICE, and that baby was NOT early. the baby left the hospital 48 hours after a c-section, which is normal. and the baby was NORMAL size. the fact is she was effin kanye before she was done with humphries and didnt want people to put 2 and 2 together. and the reason she was outta site for weeks afterwards is because i am sure she had a tummy tuck. she is fake as hell, and she needs to embrace her imperfections instead of hiding them, i think i would respect her if she did!

  49. Carolyn says:

    The Kardashians really don’t understand the depth to which a lot of people despise them, do they?

    Is this PMK’s next PR spin…try to gain sympathy for Kim as a struggling new mum and that her troubles are the same as the rest of ours? Puhlease. I know ladies who have hair troubles since giving birth..Kim’s are due to the overuse of hair extensions. Zero sympathy from me.

    I went to buy sunglasses on the weekend and upon seeing the KK tag I put them back. Not funding their lavish lifestyle.

  50. Dommy Dearest says:

    Or her hair has always been like this and she’s trying to spin it now since she gave birth and it’s a common thing.

    Much run on.

  51. Mary says:

    This is old news to me.. Kim K has been losing her hair way before pregnancy/giving birth she may be losing her hair even more drastically due to hormones and the pregnancy but if people really paid attention to her hair you could tell that she uses a color product to make her hair appear thicker it’s been very obvious if people were to actually pay attention. I was so shocked when I noticed Kim K was losing her hair a few years back.. there was a before and after picture of her in the same clothes the same day by herself with her thin hair in a bun and clearly bald patches on the side of her head where her temples are.. A few hours later she was in the same outfit all Glamed up alongside her then husband Kris Humpries with a significantly thicker bun and full looking hair with no bald patches. It’s no secret that the Kardashians use hair extensions I’ve actually seen the same problem with Kourtneys hair in past photos as well as the kardashian episodes and I really don’t understand why people have over looked this, maybe they haven’t noticed because their so preoccupied with the entertainment and what the media chooses to make “NEWS”. People all over the world suffer from hair loss and hair extensions have played a huge role on that for women, I think the kardashians should stop making themselves look perfect all the time and speak up about real problems make a difference among many who have been suffering for possibly the same reasons. I’d have more respect for them if they did that.

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