Bella Hill, who lives in the English city of Lincoln, is unique in that no hairdresser can decide the color of her hair. This is due to a genetic anomaly. Most of her hair is chestnut, but at least a quarter of her hair is straw blonde.
Meet the unique girl Bella Hill.
When she was born, her mother and grandmother spent a lot of time trying to understand and argue about the color of the newborn girl’s hair.
Photo of the baby when she was still a baby – more than a quarter of her head is covered with a “reverse mole.”
Scientists explain that part of Bella’s skin is affected by poliosis. From the Greek word “pilios,” which means “gray.”
Melanin is the substance that gives hair its color. People with poliosis have reduced or no melanin levels at the roots of the affected hair.
The hair that grows in the affected area has no pigmentation and is discolored. They are normal hair, just very light. For girls, it is not a problem; on the contrary, Bella is happy to use it to her advantage!
Our little heroine has grown her hair long to be able to style it in different ways.
When she was little, it didn’t matter to her, but as Bella grew older, she realized she could skillfully use her uniqueness.
In the morning, she decides who she should be – a brunette or a blonde? The girl parts her hair as she wishes. When Bella wears a girly dress, she becomes blonde.
And when she dresses in a sportier style, like jeans and a sweatshirt, she turns brown. Her friends envy her because they can’t do that without dye.
But what’s interesting is that Bella even has lashes of different colors in front of her eyes: one eye is brown, the other is light!