Kerry Katona has frankly stated that she started getting bald after wearing hair extensions for years.
Former Atomic Kitten star Kerry, 40, shared a photo on Instagram to honestly reveal the effects of wearing different types of hair extensions.
One photo shows a small piece of thinning hair on Kerry’s head, and the other shows Kerry wearing a long style lock and smiling.
Kerry, who recently paid tribute to daughter Lilly-Sue on her 18th birthday, revealed it to her fans by sharing the photo with 695,000 followers.
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Kerry wrote: “So I started getting bald for years after I put extensions on my hair from tape to microrings!
“My hair is so thin and small, but I hate it!!!”
The singer said she started using extension clips to relieve pressure on her hair, but still helping to achieve long locks.
She continued, “But praise the Lord for @millionhairextensions. Thank you OMG.
“And at the end of the day I can get them out and give them the rest I need to get my hair done! It’s like taking off your bra at the end of the day!!!”
Kerry urged fans to say: “Seriously ladies, go check it out! Easy to use and gives your hair the thickness and volume you need!
“I will make it clear that this is not AD!!!! I found @millionhairextensions.”
Kerry’s latest update isn’t the only change recently made by 5 moms.
As the star explained how quitting smoking helped save her life before getting infected with the coronavirus.
Kerry got a potentially deadly virus in December, but quit smoking in January.
She explained to the mirror how ending her habit of smoking 10 to 15 cigarettes a day for 26 years has helped her so much.
The star confessed, “I’ve been smoking since I was 14.
“If I were still a smoker, this would have been different. I had the worst cough. I felt like I had a mask on my lungs.
“I was coughing so much that I was sick. I knew when the virus left me. Because I coughed a lot and it was like vomiting hairballs.”
Reflecting on her decision to quit, Kerry said: “I left a cigarette in my bag on January 1st.
“I went to the back door, smoked and flipped. ‘It’s done.’ I haven’t eaten puffs since then. Then the plague broke out in March. I said’someone is taking care of me’. It feels like you have the right super powers.
“I am very lucky and blessed. Not everyone has achieved that result.”