Mom Suffering From Alopecia Receives Amazing Makeover Transformation

Published June 1, 2018 8,753,173 Views $5.11 earned

Rumble / Beauty & FashionAn Alopecia sufferer receives a life-changing makeover that hides her ‘bald spots’ by cleverly disguising them with a wig. After being bullied for most of her life, this brave woman has found her strength and confidence through motherhood. With time, she knew it was time for a change! So, how does she look?

This mother suffers from Alopecia, causing her to lose all her hair from head, eyes and all body parts. This transformation is to inspire all women in the world that no matter what condition you have, you're still beautiful!

If you have worn your hair short for most of your life, it can be very intimidating to receive a complete makeover that changes your look so much, that your own mother won’t recognize you. However, the end result is always refreshing and liberating.

This woman suffering from Alopecia had had enough of her bald spots and decided to get a new hairstyle. In addition, after receiving a well-fitting wig for her scalp, she also received a lushy makeover, which added so much to her style. Watch the amazing transformation and maybe you'll get inspired to have one yourself. What is your dream style?

When this lady was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease and started to go bald, she thought there is nothing she can do about her fashion and style. Knowing her hair would ‘never grow back’, she knew she had to hide beneath a wig in order to never discuss her Alopecia with people.

However, her majestic transformation has given back her hope, showing her that she can feel pretty in her own skin again. Watching this short clip, we realized that makeup can do miracles for everyone!

Alopecia, also known as spot baldness, is a type of hair loss condition that occurs when your immune system mistakenly attacks hair follicles, which is where hair growth begins. Often it results in a few bald spots on the scalp, each about the size of a coin. The damage to the follicle is usually not permanent. Experts do not know why the immune system attacks the follicles. Alopecia is most common in people younger than 20, but children and adults of any age may be affected. Women and men are affected equally.

Give it up for this bold lady who showed the world how beautiful she is, body and soul, for embracing her uniqueness and teaching a very valuable lesson - accept who you are, the world will follow.