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Little Girl With Alopecia Rocks School ‘Crazy Hair Day’

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Crazy Hair Day at school was always a fun event with amazing memories.

Whether it was paint, or colored glue, or a pigtail, different hairdos were done by every one of your peers.

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However, how fun will this event be for you if you don’t have any hair? This little girl has demonstrated that she can still have fun and even win Crazy Hair Day even if she doesn’t have hair.

This seven-year-old girl has a medical condition called alopecia, and its symptoms make the hair fall out in round patches.

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While she was brushing her hair, her mom, Daniella Wride, noticed that her hair was falling out. Soon after that, her entire hair was gone completely.

Her mother is a nurse and she believed that Gianessa’s loss of hair was a trigger from great stress that she experienced from the death of her grandmother.

Gianessa and her mom got nervous when crazy hair day came at school.

Even though Gianessa did not have any hair, she and her mother were determined that they will not let this day beat them. The little girl got involved with the event and had the most amazing look for the themed-day.

With her mother’s help, her scalp was transformed into a gorgeous art piece which had most of her classmates jealous of her amazing look.

Her sparkling jewels left her classmates speechless and when the ensemble ended, she was chosen as the winner of Crazy Hair Day.

Daniella explained that “She opened the car door in the car drop-off lane and kids were already telling her that it was amazing and awesome and that they wish they could do it and that it looked so great. When she got home from school she told me they all told her that they absolutely loved her crazy hair.”

Source: healthylifeboxx.com

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