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“Postpartum alopecia is Real!” Kambua speaks motherhood struggles

March 27, 2020 at 12:39
"Postpartum alopecia is Real!" Kambua speaks motherhood struggles

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Kambua Muziki is proudly a mother to a baby boy, Nate but motherhood is not giving her an easy time.

The award-winning gospel singer-songwriter had to opt out her self-care for the needs of her young, growing boy.

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The sleepless nights she probably doesn’t mention and even when you feel unwell, you ignore it, just to care for your young one.

Kambua holds her son, Nathaniel close to her bosom

In her recent post, the TV host revealed she has been unwell but she condemns any obstacles channeled her way.

My eyes look some type of way because I haven’t been feeling too great lately (migraines). But, I remain unmoved by the antics of the devil😪

Self-care routine

But speaking of first-time motherhood and in the current crisis of quarantine, Mama Nate sought to microblade her eyebrows to avoid everyday pencil coloring of the eyebrows.

Despite the pain that comes with it, she is glad it will spare her time to focus on something else.

So let me tell you about my eyebrows that I got MICROBLADED 🤭. @microbladingkenya did such a fantastic job. The healing process takes ALOT of patience though. I looked a little crazy for a minute there, with scabbing brows👀. So this is how they now look. I can’t wait for my touch up after this social distancing is over 😪.

Gospel artiste, Kambua

Microblading is a temporary technique for enhancing the appearance of eyebrows whereby pigment is scratched into the skin in fine, short strokes resembling hair, using a hand tool with a blade formed of tiny needles.

Moving on to her hair, Kambua confessed she almost chopped it off because it was proving too hard to handle.

So she sought temporary locks instead to hold her on.

TV presenter, Kambua

Why she went for locks, the Rauka show presenter revealed she was battling ‘postpartum alopecia’ and just needed to get rid of any extra stress.

And then my HAIR! A girl got her hair temporarily locked because let me tell you, Postpartum alopecia is REAL, and if @chimoga254 hadn’t convinced me to lock it, I was ready to get it ✂️

Postpartum alopecia is described as a normal but temporary change after child birth, where new moms notice hair loss around three months postpartum, but it is unrelated to breastfeeding.

Yummy Mummy

Forget the postpartum effects, her body’s snapback remains a source of envy.

The dashing beauty returned to our screens looking like nothing big had happened to her, body still in shape, no noticeable weight gain, she awed most moms who battle baby fat for months.

She has now decided to flaunt that curvy, petite and stunning figure she always kept hidden behind loose dresses since she delivered.

Mother of one, Kambua

If anything, the gospel singer now looks like a campus graduate who just hit the job market with a promising paycheque at the end of the month.

Donning a striking blue, figure-hugging dress, Kambua flaunted her mellow brown skin, savoring life’s goodness.


Impressed fans took to the comment section to celebrate her stunning comeback.

hassansarah Mama Nate😍😍😍🙆🏾‍♀️🙆🏾‍♀️🙆🏾‍♀️🔥🔥🔥
jaxxoabu Looking muzuri missy 👌🏾👌🏾
karwirwalaura Heheheeee… Look at yourself my sis.. 😍😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️❤️
gasherithuku Looking good mama! I totally love the hair! And the dress! And the blue! And the wearer!😜😜
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