Hair

Shannen Doherty's curls are making a comeback after breast cancer battle

She's now hair twinning with her hubby.

By Amber Manto
It's only been a couple months since Shannen Doherty announced to world she was in remission after her battle with breast cancer, but already the "cancer slayer"- as she jokingly calls herself - is looking happier than ever with her pixie crop having grown into a mop of curls.
While on holiday in Mexico recently wit her husband Kurt Iswarienko, Shannen took a cute couple photo showing off her (and hubby's) impressive ringlets.
"I think my husband and I are morphing into each other... #twins #curlyhairdontcare," she joked.

Her hair has been something Shannen has written much about on her cancer journey. In March this year she posted a flashback video of her strands being shaved off back in late July 2016. It was something that needed to be done because it was falling out due to the chemotherapy, and you can see Shannen wiping away tears as it shaver did its thing.

"This day, when I first had to shave my head since my hair was falling out from chemo.....laughing thru the tears. It's grown back since. Funny how hair at the time seems like such a big deal," she penned.
By the end of October 2016, Shannen had finished her last chemo session and by December her hair was slowly but surely coming back. Fast-forward to March this year, when she posted the flashback shaving video, and it was long enough to style.

^ Gorgeous.
Posting another throwback photo earlier this month, Shannen once again told her supportive Instagram followers it's just hair, and she's just grateful to be alive. Although she did mention she wished she could speed up the hair growing process if she could!

"#fbf long hair!!! I'm so grateful to just be alive and in remission. Allowing me more time to focus on things I love like my family, acting, writing and fighting for causes I believe in. But damn! Hair growing in can sure be trying sometimes.... #grateful #cancerslayer," she wrote.
Considering how fast it's already grown back, we're sure come December she'll be looking for hair-ties and pulling it back into a ponytail.

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