Baby girl’s fade haircut for her mum is coming.
Baby Emma, 6-years-old, was born with a condition that causes hair loss in the back of her head.
The condition is called Fade Hair Loss Syndrome.
It is so rare that it is often referred to as a ‘lucky girl’ or a ‘girl with a lucky haircut’.
Emma is one of a group of babies born with the condition and she is the first baby born with this condition in the UK.
Her parents, Chris and Helen, have decided to try and make their daughter a part of the ‘Lucky Girl’ movement, where she can grow out her hair to make her look more like her mother.
Baby Em, who has Fade hair Loss Syndrome, is the only baby born in the United Kingdom with this devastating condition.
Emma’s hair has turned to a darker shade of brown and it has grown into a longer, fuller curl that is longer than a normal girl’s.
She also has feline fur, and a ‘trashy’ appearance, which is why she is known as ‘The Trashy’ and is often called ‘The Fade’.
“She has a normal head of hair, but the side of her face has been dyed and the hair has been clipped off her face.
Em, who is known to be extremely intelligent, was the first child to be born with Fade Hirst Loss Syndrome and has been called ‘Lazy’.
Em, her mother, and sister, Grace, are the owners of the Emma Fade haircut shop in South London.
They started the business in 2015 and are currently making their own Fade haircuts for Emma.
Chris said: “The shop started out as a normal business but it has been amazing and it is so wonderful that Emma is now the lucky girl.”
We have a lot of children who come in and we know what they look like and we love to make a difference.”
Em is a wonderful example of the way to make change and it’s a huge privilege to have her as part of our business.
“I think it’s amazing that we can do something for so little and so we want to give Emma a special haircut, we are so happy that she is happy.”
Emma is not the only child with Fading Hair Loss, and parents are also giving them their own unique hairstyles.
The Fading Family is a group that has helped others with their hair loss.
Emma’s father, Alan, said:”Emma has been a blessing to our family and it was great to have Emma with us.”
She is one who is going to be a part the movement for a long time.
“A lot of people will recognise her from a hair cut, or she may even wear it on a photo shoot.”
A picture posted by Emma (@emma_fade) on Aug 14, 2020 at 7:06am PDT