Motherhood changes you inside and out. After having a baby, your clothing size, hip width and even your shoe size might be different. These changes are evidence of the work your body has done. During pregnancy there are so many changes that occurs on a woman.
Some/most pregnant women develop dark irregular patches on their face most commonly on the upper cheek, nose, lips, and forehead. This is called 'chloasma'. It is also sometimes known as 'melasma' or the 'mask of pregnancy'. After welcoming their bundles of joy all that start disappearing as they start gaining the postpartum glow.
As we all know that DJ Zinhle is now a mother of two and has welcomed her second daughter about a week ago, she has never posted any postpartum pictures but recently she decided to do just that. This wonderful and talented star left many of her fans astounded by her beauty as she showed off her postpartum beauty as well as style.
Isn't she just beautiful? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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