Ava Max says her 'hair is growing back' after dealing with hair loss after COVID-19 battle in 2020 1

Ava Max says her ‘hair is growing back’ after dealing with hair loss after COVID-19 battle in 2020

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Ava Max says her ‘hair is growing back’ after dealing with hair loss following COVID-19 battle in 2020


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Singer Ava Max took to Instagram on Wednesday to show how hair is growing back in her scalp after she suffered hair loss as result of a battle with COVID-19 in 2020.

‘Baby hairs Comin THRU,’ the My Head & My Heart artist, 27, said in the social media post. ‘Also so so happy my hair is growing back. I lost a lot of hair when I had COVID last year!! ūüôĀ ‘

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The American Academy of Dermatology said that ‘noticeable hair loss’ can be a side effect of the virus due to a high fever.

The latest: Singer Ava Max, 27, took to Instagram on Wednesday to show how hair is growing back in her scalp after she suffered hair loss as result of a battle with COVID-19 in 2020

The singer wrote on the clip, 'Baby hairs Comin THRU'

The latest: Singer Ava Max, 27, took to Instagram on Wednesday to show how hair is growing back in her scalp after she suffered hair loss as result of a battle with COVID-19 in 2020

‘Most people see noticeable hair shedding two to three months after having a fever or illness,’ the Academy said. ‘This hair shedding can last for six to nine months before it stops.¬†

‘Most people then see their hair start to look normal again and stop shedding.’¬†

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The Milwaukee-born vocalist, who’s also had hits with tracks such as Kings & Queens, Sweet But Psycho and Christmas Without You, chat with Billboard last year about the September 2020 release of her debut album Heaven & Hell.

She said a rewarding aspect of releasing the record during the pandemic was that ‘seeing everybody, and how they‚Äôre affected by my music, is really inspiring.

The musical artist documented the progress in a post on Instagram Stories

The musical artist documented the progress in a post on Instagram Stories 

The singer was seen in a red ensemble at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in LA in May

The singer was seen in a red ensemble at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in LA in May 

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‘My fans inspire me when they tell me I inspire them with my lyrics! They‚Äôre inspiring me in so many different ways. So it makes me want to write more empowering lyrics, and more anthemic songs.’

She said in the October 2020 chat that it was ‘definitely challenging’ to be releasing an album amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

‘We‚Äôre in a pandemic, and we can‚Äôt tour or be with crowds and hug our fans … I miss performing so much,’ she said. ‘But I couldn‚Äôt be more grateful for all the support I‚Äôve had with Heaven & Hell.’

She told the outlet that having her virtual album-release party via Roblox made for ‘a great way to connect to your fans.

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‘I think virtual events are definitely going to be more prominent now, because everyone‚Äôs at home,’ she said. ‘I got a lot of love and a lot of hate, and I started laughing at the haters. I‚Äôm not striving to be cool, and I think that‚Äôs what makes my music relatable. I can definitely have fun with myself.’

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