Teen Suffering From Alopecia Shows What It’s Like DatingHer In Hilarious TikTok Video


The autoimmune condition known as alopecia makes the body attacks hair follicles, causing hair loss – first occurred to Hayden when she was five.

However, the 17-year-old from Georgia, U.S, is left without any body hair. But she isn’t letting it get her down.

She’s been creating clips of her life as a bald teenager on video-sharing platform TikTok.

Her videos, which show what it’s like to date a girl with alopecia, have racked up to three million views.

Among some of the perks of being in a couple with her is free food (courtesy of do-gooders who feel bad about her condition).
Other times people mistake her for losing hair due to cancer treatment and give her freebies.

The teen also jokes that she takes an exceptionally short time getting ready as she doesn’t have to do her hair.

Teen with alopecia with no hair making a TikTok video
Hayden made a hilarious TikTok video showing what it’s like to date her (Picture: @haydenmontross/TikTok)

Eventually, the hilarious clips have tickled many a TikTok user.

In one of the clips, Hayden brushes her bald head, saying: ‘I don’t take as long to get ready – no body hair’.

In fact, the teenager had to go out and purchase a hairbrush just for the skit as she doesn’t normally own one.

Another part of the short clip, she reveals ‘hair won’t get caught in your face when we cuddle’.

Teen with alopecia holding her bald head

The high-school student has delighted other TikTok users with her candid humour, amassing 141,000 fans.

While entertaining her fans, Hayden also informs them about her condition which has affected her since she was a toddler.

Hayden pictured with her mum as a toddler
Hayden’s hair started falling out when she was five (Picture: @haydenmontross)

In a Youtube-style video, Hayden lists all the insensitive questions directed at her which include: ‘Do you have cancer?’, ‘Are you a boy or a girl?’, and ‘Can I touch your head?’

And Hayden’s been commended for her efforts within the TikTok community too.

Hayden on her prom pictures with her mum
Hayden during her prom (Picture: @haydenmontross/TikTok)

Commenting on the videos, one person wrote: ‘I love people that can see the positive side,’ while another wrote: ‘I love how she uses it as an advantage instead of seeing it as a bad thing’

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