Trinny Woodall shares her concerns after losing a bunch of hair in the shower

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Trinny Woodall shared her concerns on Wednesday after losing a bunch of hair in the shower.

The presenter, 57, took to Instagram to admit that her locks ‘came out often’ and said she was trying to ‘compensate’ for her hair loss anxiety with a strong makeup look.

Trinny shared a photo of a bunch of hair after taking a shower to her story, to which she captioned, ‘This came out of my hair in the shower this morning …’

Concerns: Trinny Woodall shared her concerns on Wednesday after losing a bunch of hair in the shower

Concerns: Trinny Woodall shared her concerns on Wednesday after losing a bunch of hair in the shower

The fashionista, who recovered from Covid in January, shared a video about makeup tutorials in which she admitted she was probably ‘not worried about anything’.

Trinny opted for a strong eye makeup look, she said, ‘I’m trying to do some pretty strong eye makeup today to make up for the hair loss.’

She added: ‘It’s silly, I’m not worried about anything, but it came out a lot. If you are interested in hair loss, then move on [my] Facebook [page] if you can.’

After applying her eye makeup, Trinny admitted, “If you have a day when you feel a little like,” Blah, maybe “, put on some color ladies!”

Makeup Look: The presenter, 57, took to Instagram to admit that her locks 'came out a lot' and said she was trying to 'compensate' for her fears about hair loss with a strong makeup look

Makeup Look: The presenter, 57, took to Instagram to admit that her locks 'came out a lot' and said she was trying to 'compensate' for her fears about hair loss with a strong makeup look

Makeup Look: The presenter, 57, took to Instagram to admit that her locks ‘came out a lot’ and said she was trying to ‘compensate’ for her fears about hair loss with a strong makeup look

The presenter previously spoke about hair loss and in 2018 shared an Instagram video in which she spoke about her locks.

Trinny admitted that she used to have “overworked, chipped, and thin hair,” but after an overhaul of her regimen, her locks were “twice as thick.”

She said, “Many of you ask about the thickness of my hair, one day it was very thin, straight and over processed due to too many products on it with heat.”

Trinny then showed off her luscious brunette locks, adding, ‘Today I feel like a Dulux dog in a sauna because there’s so much of it!’

Candid: The fashionista, who recovered from Covid in January, shared a makeup tutorial video admitting she probably 'wasn't worried about anything'

Candid: The fashionista, who recovered from Covid in January, shared a makeup tutorial video admitting she probably 'wasn't worried about anything'

Trinny opted for a strong eye makeup look, she said, 'I'm trying to do some pretty strong eye makeup today to make up for the hair loss.'

Trinny opted for a strong eye makeup look, she said, 'I'm trying to do some pretty strong eye makeup today to make up for the hair loss.'

Candid: The fashionista, who recovered from Covid in January, shared a makeup tutorial video admitting she probably ‘wasn’t worried about anything’

The presenter listed the supplements she had taken and encouraged her fans to seek medical advice before using if they were taking any medications.

Trinny revealed that she had biotin, Superior Hair and IoniCell capsules and these were her ‘three favorite supplements’.

Research shows that 50 percent of women experience hair loss at some point in their lives.

It can be caused by a variety of factors, including stress, a shift in hormones during menopause, low iron, or vitamin D deficiency.

Speaking: The presenter spoke about hair loss before and in 2018 she shared an Instagram video where she talked about her locks saying, 'Today I feel like a Dulux dog in a sauna!'

Speaking: The presenter spoke about hair loss before and in 2018 she shared an Instagram video where she talked about her locks saying, 'Today I feel like a Dulux dog in a sauna!'

Speaking: The presenter spoke about hair loss before and in 2018 she shared an Instagram video where she talked about her locks saying, ‘Today I feel like a Dulux dog in a sauna!’

In July, Dr. Sandra Lee, best known as Dr. Pimple Popper, explained that people who lose a seemingly alarming amount of hair are likely to suffer from pandemic-induced telogen effluvium, a form of temporary hair loss that occurs after stress.

“Right now, we see a lot of people in our offices complaining about hair loss,” she said in a TikTok video.

‘People notice that their hair falls out. They go crazy. That’s normal to panic, but let me tell you why it happens and why your hair is growing back. ‘

The California-based physician explained that the hair growth cycle has three phases: anagen, catagen and telogen.

Spreading the word: In July, Dr. Sandra Lee, better known as Dr. Pimple Popper, explained that people who lose a seemingly alarming amount of hair are likely to suffer from pandemic-induced telogen effluvium, a form of temporary hair loss that occurs after stress

Spreading the word: In July, Dr. Sandra Lee, better known as Dr. Pimple Popper, explained that people who lose a seemingly alarming amount of hair are likely to suffer from pandemic-induced telogen effluvium, a form of temporary hair loss that occurs after stress

'Right now we see a lot of people in our offices complaining about hair loss,' she said in a TikTok video

'Right now we see a lot of people in our offices complaining about hair loss,' she said in a TikTok video

Spreading the word: In July, Dr. Sandra Lee, better known as Dr. Pimple Popper, explained that people who lose a seemingly alarming amount of hair are likely to suffer from pandemic-induced telogen effluvium, a form of temporary hair loss that occurs after stress

The anagen phase is the growth phase, which lasts about three to five years. It is followed by the catagen phase, a short transition phase that signals the end of active growth and lasts for several weeks.

In the last phase, the telogen phase, strands are released and fall out. This ‘death’ phase, as Dr. Pimple Popper calls it, lasts three to six months.

“People can have a condition – it’s very common – called telogen effluvium,” she said.

“ If you notice that your hair is falling out now, it could be because of a stressful event that you experienced three to six months ago, such as giving birth, such as COVID, such as stressful events related to COVID. We are seeing a lot of this now. ‘

On the mend: In January, Trinny revealed she was recovering from COVID-19 after spending Christmas caring for loved ones who had the virus

On the mend: In January, Trinny revealed she was recovering from COVID-19 after spending Christmas caring for loved ones who had the virus

On the mend: In January, Trinny revealed she was recovering from COVID-19 after spending Christmas caring for loved ones who had the virus

In January, Trinny revealed she was recovering from COVID-19 after spending Christmas caring for loved ones who had the virus.

The presenter revealed that she had had a rough start in 2021 after spending several days at her bedside ‘feeling awful’.

Trinny told fans some of the supplements she had taken to recover from the virus, joking that it was “not the way” she hoped to start the new year.

Trinny took to Facebook Live to reveal that she had been absent from social media while recovering from the virus, explaining, ‘I just got over a little bit of corona and I’m just not chatting.

‘For those of you watching from abroad, we just had news of full lockdown last night, so it’s been a few days. It made me think that I actually want to start my January 1st in a few weeks, that’s where I am now. ‘

Trinny explained the main symptoms she had suffered and revealed that she had likely contracted COVID-19 from her loved ones she had taken care of, despite taking precautions and using PPE.

She continued: ‘I felt really awful until the middle of last night, probably until 5 a.m. this morning, and then I went back to sleep and felt awful for a few days for taking care of people around me with corona over Christmas , and I thought I was invincible.

“I was very careful with them in the household, wearing gloves and protective clothing and in the end I only wore the mask and stuff, and then I got it too.”

The main symptoms of COVID-19 are a persistent cough, fever, and loss of taste and smell. Those who test positive are advised to isolate themselves for 10 days.

Tears: Late last year, Trinny shared an emotional message with her Instagram followers when she spoke of feeling 'stressed out' and 'isolated' in recent weeks

Tears: Late last year, Trinny shared an emotional message with her Instagram followers when she spoke of feeling 'stressed out' and 'isolated' in recent weeks

Tears: Late last year, Trinny shared an emotional message with her Instagram followers when she spoke of feeling ‘stressed out’ and ‘isolated’ in recent weeks

At the end of last year, Trinny shared an emotional message with her Instagram followers when she spoke of feeling ‘stressed’ and ‘isolated’ in recent weeks.

The TV personality shared a video of herself in workout gear preparing to try a fitness session at home after her recent battle with the new coronavirus.

And the former What Not To Wear star fought back tears when she confessed to the emotional struggles she’d been dealing with in private all month.

‘I feel like I haven’t been in touch lately and I’ve been through a lot in my personal life. It has been three stressful weeks, which I have not fully shared yet, ”she said in the self-recorded footage.

‘Some things should really be a dividing line. But I have to be honest with you guys that I just felt a lot of pressure and worry. ‘

What Factors Affect Hair Loss in Women?

Research shows that 50 percent of women have hair loss at some point in their lives.

It can be caused by a variety of factors, including stress.

Other factors may include the use of synthetic progesterone contraceptives.

A shift in hormones during menopause can also affect this.

Some women experience hair loss when they are low in iron.

Vitamin D deficiency can also lead to hair loss.