While Courtney Stodden has been showing off a score of stylish new looks courtesy of a few custom-made wigs, the 22-year-old reality star says she regrets shaving her head last month.

Stodden announced on Instagram that she was going to cut off all her hair one month ago, in an attempt to heal after suffering a miscarriage. However, she told ET on Wednesday that the change hasn't helped.

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"I'm just feeling a little lost right now," Stodden shared. "I thought shaving my head would give me some kind of relief from the pain I've been experiencing but it hasn't."

Stodden has been experimenting with different looks, including a rainbow of wigs, which she's been sharing to Instagram in recent weeks. Her new styles have included a pink bob cut and a long, flowing Marilyn Monroe-esque look.

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"I'm wearing wigs in order to try and make myself feel like I used to feel before all of this stuff happened," she explained. "I almost feel like I'm trying to find myself all over again... or maybe find myself for the first time in my life. I don't know."

Following the loss, Stodden shared a video explaining that she planned on shaving her head as a "symbolic gesture" to her baby, and that she wanted to "step into this new chapter in my life fresh, and anew."

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Stodden announced in May that she and husband Doug Hutchison, 56, were expecting their first child. After documenting her pregnancy and growing baby bump on Instagram, she revealed in late July that she'd miscarried.

The model has publically mourned the death of her unborn baby in a number of heartbreaking messages, writing that she will "never get over this," and that she feels "so empty inside."

In an additional attempt to cope with her loss, Stodden ordered a "reborn baby" -- a doll that is made to look and feel just like a newborn infant, and can cost anywhere from $180 to more than $550 -- on the advice of her therapist.