Selma Blair Shaves Her Head With the Assist of Her 7-12 months-Outdated Son

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Selma Blair enlisted the assistance of 1 tiny hair stylist to attain a brand new summer season ‘do. 

The actress took to Instagram on Friday with a photograph of her son, 7-year-old Arthur Saint Bleick, shaving her head with a pair of clippers. “Again to my roots,” Selma captioned the creative snapshot. 

Selma famously rocked a brunette pixie minimize within the early aughts, however favored longer locks in recent times. Following the information that the 46-year-old had been identified with a number of sclerosis (MS) in Oct. 2018, she revealed that she transitioned to a modern bob as a result of she may not raise her arms to brush her hair. 

Since going public together with her prognosis, Selma hasn’t shied away from documenting the highs and lows of life with a power illness. By no means removed from her aspect is her delight and pleasure, who she co-parents with ex Jason Bleick. In actual fact, Selma and Arthur attended the Race to Eras MS Gala in Might collectively. 

“This little one. #arthursaintbleick,” the star shared on Instagram on the time. “He sees me at each stage. And tonight was for him in my coronary heart. To thank him and everybody who has rooted for me and for all of us with #MS and autoimmune illness. We thanks.”

Much more lately, Selma celebrated the tip of Arthur’s 12 months in first grade with an emotional tribute. 

“To my son on his final day of first grade,” the proud mama wrote, “I’ll maintain your hand, I’ll assist maintain the sunshine for you. I’ll raise you up if ever you want me. You might be my favourite individual and have taught me all the pieces I learn about love. I’m so pleased with who you might be. I can not wait to achieve to your hand. And you’ll be proper right here. Quickly. Quickly. All the time, your mother. You’re a fantastic individual.”

In February—simply days after making a now-iconic look on the Self-importance Honest Oscars Occasion—the Merciless Intentions star informed Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts she really felt relieved by her prognosis. “I cried,” Selma shared. “They weren’t tears of panic. They have been tears of understanding I now needed to give in to a physique that had lack of management and there was some aid in that.”



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