Pe­di­atric nurse

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“It’s dev­as­tat­ing to be young with thin hair,” said Nina, who ex­pe­ri­enced hair loss post­preg­nancy. Do­minick took five inches off her length, then gave her long lay­ers to cre­ate shape

and move­ment. “The trick to mak­ing hair look fuller is cut­ting the lay­ers and ends more blunt,”

he says. “I didn’t re­move any weight to make it look as full as pos­si­ble.” Af­ter blow­ing her hair

straight, Do­minick wrapped pieces around a curl­ing iron and teased the crown, then misted Rita Hazan Root Con­cealer Touch Up Spray in Dark Brown/Black ($25; ri­ta­hazan.com) on her scalp to give the il­lu­sion of more hair. For women whose hair loss is re­lated to ge­net­ics or ag­ing,

Do­minick sug­gests us­ing Women’s Ro­gaine 5% Mi­nox­i­dil Foam ($48 for a 4-month

sup­ply; ro­gaine.com).

ON NINON: Zara Print blouse with bow, $50; zara .com. Gor­jana G-Ring ear­rings, $60; gor­jana.com.ON NINA: Gap Cro­chet Lace-Trim Mock­neck blouse,$70; gap.com. Mai­son Miru Equilib­rium hoops, $79;maison­miru.com.

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