Crazy Hair Day at school was the best. Everyone would mess with their hair and dye it in flashy colors or make the craziest pigtails you can think of. It was all fun and games for everyone with hair, but children suffering from alopecia don’t have the luxury of Crazy Hair Day. Or at least they didn’t until now.
Gianessa Wride from Utah changed that once and for all. She’s suffering from alopecia, a condition which makes hair fall out. Gianessa’s wasn’t always like this. Her hair was growing like it was supposed to for years. However, one day while her mother Daniella was brushing her hair, it suddenly started to fall out. After taking her to a doctor, Gianessa was diagnosed with alopecia and all her hair including the eyebrows was gone soon.
But, that wouldn’t stop this tiny bundle of joy to have Crazy Hair Day. What do you do when you have no hair in this case? Well, how about this glorious work of art? Daniella helped Gianessa enjoy Crazy Hair Day just like all other children and we have to say that she was rocking the flashiest hairdo in school.
The sparkling jewels certainly impressed her classmates and even professors. It certainly made Gianessa’s day and spread awareness about her condition too.
Gianessa’s mom says that stress was the likeliest culprit for Gianessa’s alopecia. Weeks before her hair started falling out, her grandmother died. Even though the little girl did her best to stay calm, it was obvious that the loss of her grandma affected her immensely.
Even after losing her hair, though, Gianessa and her mom found a way to enjoy Crazy Hair Day. It’s another proof that we shouldn’t let anything stand in the ways of our goals and dreams.