Losing your hair:
This is one problem I didn’t have, but many of my friends did. Kate’s hair has been looking particularly lush during her pregnancy, so she may experience her hair falling out by the handful. It happens because during pregnancy you don’t lose as much hair as you normally do (usually you lose about 100 hairs a day when not pregnant, eww), resulting in more hair staying on your head. But once those pregnancy hormones go away, all the excess hair starts to fall out at an alarming rate (read about how it works here).
Keep a good brush handy, use some thickening products until things normalize, and tell that husband of yours not to holler about all the hair clogging up the drain.
• Mason Pearson Brush, $120: Every single hair dresser recommends this brush.
• Bumble and bumble Thickening Serum, $27: Will give limp locks a bit of lift.