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A three-year-old girl from Great Britain was diagnosed with uncombed hair syndrome: there are only 100 such people in the world. Photo.

A three-year-old British girl has a rare condition called uncombed hair syndrome

Fluffy, porous hair is a common sight in the world, but only 100 people in the world have the texture of little British girl Leila Davis, which is why it has been called "uncombed hair syndrome." In kindergarten, the 3-year-old girl is called "Fluffy" by her friends because of her curly blond hair that cannot be tamed.

Her mother Charlotte Davis told the Daily Mail that she had hoped for an improvement in the condition of her hair, but over the past year it has only grown longer and remained as white and dry as ever.

A three-year-old girl from Great Britain was diagnosed with uncombed hair syndrome: there are only 100 such people in the world. Photo.

"She had her hair cut for the first time last February, but it's still wild. Now we can braid it, but we don't do it too often because we don't want to pull it too hard - it [hair - Ed.] is very fragile and can break easily," the mother said.

At thekindergarten, the girl is treated well and the other children even gave her a nickname, "Fluffy." "The other children never have a negative attitude towards her, and it means she is a very happy girl - she is not shy and talks to everyone," she said.

A three-year-old girl from Great Britain was diagnosed with uncombed hair syndrome: there are only 100 such people in the world. Photo.

The parents themselves used to call their daughter first Boris Johnson and then Albert Einstein. "I just want her to love it [her hair - Ed.], because when she grows up, kids will suddenly start commenting. It's your job as a mom to prepare your kids for any situation, so I just hope she thinks it's cool like I do," Charlotte Davis said.

The condition mostly occurs before the age of three, but in some cases it can appear as early as twelve. However, this condition improves somewhat over time - in adolescence.

A three-year-old girl from Great Britain was diagnosed with uncombed hair syndrome: there are only 100 such people in the world. Photo.

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