"It's fascinating how much of our sense of attractiveness and feminine identity is bound up in our hair." -- Natalie Dormer (as stated in Glamour magazine after shaving part of her head for a movie role)
Kellie Pickler on Shaving Her Head: Cancer Buddy ” It's Just Hair.” Kellie shaved her head to be a cancer buddy to her best friend when she was diagnosed with breast cancer...thats fabulous and beautiful.
Adalia Rose is a 8-year-old battling with a disease that makes the body age quicker than it normally should. Yet she is always so happy and cheerful, as if she didn't have a care in the world. Her mom shaved her head so that she and adalia could be "twins". Now I'm not being rude or anything, but if you don't want to repin this because it will make your account "ugly" you really must not have a heart....because deep down inside you know that she's the most beautiful thing you've ever…
If you ever have a teenage client with Trichotillomania have them watch this. This girl describes trich and her feelings about it beautifully. Later she bravely shaves her head in an attempt to defeat the disorder.
Sara, her mother, always has to listen to her beautiful daughter talk about how "ugly" she is. At this moment in the story, Sara has had enough of Kate's complaints and decides to shave her head to make her daughter see that hair does not control whether you are pretty or not because everyone is pretty in their own way.