Here’s how Mira Rajput Kapoor dealt with her bald spots post delivery


She’s married to one of the most sought after actors in the country and hence, she can’t avoid the media glare. We are talking about none other than Shahid Kapoor’s pretty wife Mira Rajput Kapoor, who has graduated from being a shy girl to a confident woman. And, that’s not all, Mira has a fanbase of her own, thanks to her cool Instagram which is full of a little from her personal life, her healthy habits and her beauty secrets. Mira took to the platform recently to spill the beans on her lustrous hair.

The video has Mira confessing her wavy hair has a tendency to turn frizzy in humid climates, and Mumbai being a humid city, she experienced “serious nightmares” before moving to the city of dreams from her hometown, Delhi. But, as luck would have it, Mumbai water suited her hair and rest is history.

Mira also revealed that her first pregnancy did wonders for her frizzy hair. She said she almost had “hair of (her) dreams”.

“I was just so thrilled. The best part is, I didn’t suffer from any post-partum hair loss. In fact, this hair that I was blessed with, that my dearest daughter gave to me, stayed. I was in heaven. I had a thick ponytail. I would get bouncy curls whenever I would get my hair done. I didn’t suffer from any post-partum hair loss the first time around,” said Mira.

But the end of the video had Mira sharing a shocker about having bald spots on her scalp. When she was pregnant with her second child, Zain, her hair went for a toss. “As soon as I delivered, it was almost like the kid took away all my hair. I had these really bad bald spots,” she said.

It was only when she made a few changes to her diet and took to regularly oiling her hair that she got her hair back. Well, we are impressed with Mira’s honesty and think her journey has been so relatable.

Here’s looking forward to more insights from this pretty Bollywood wife, tell us what do you think of Mira’s Insta videos in the comment section below.


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