“If she had been doing it correctly every time and not so often it wouldn’t have caused this problem,” revealed Morton. “Hair needs rest, at least every three months or so, so she is doing it too much.”
Stylist Jennifer J. of Juan Juan Salons in Beverly Hills and Brentwood claims that the supermodel can still save her scalp and tresses by breaking free from the weaves and receiving hair treatment.
“There is a good chance that it can grow back again, but if the trauma continues, the damage is going to become permanent and the hair won’t return,” she said, adding that cortisone therapy prescribed by a dermatologist could help the healing.
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