This is Gianessa Wride, a 7-year-old who lives in Salem, Utah.
According to Allure, Gianessa's mother Daniella Vinanti Wride noticed that her daughter's hair was falling out in clumps back in January. Within three weeks, Gianessa had almost lost all of her hair, eyelashes and eyebrows, and a dermatologist diagnosed her with alopecia areata.
But when "crazy hair day" rolled around at school, Gianessa didn't let the autoimmune disease keep her from participating. Instead, she got creative and adorned her noggin with gemstone stickers, and we have to say, it looks AWESOME.
In the end, Gianessa's school decided to change the name of "crazy hair day" to "crazy head day."
Wride told Allure that Gianessa usually opts to wear beanies and scarves on her head, and found that wigs are too itchy for her. Given her diagnosis, it is unlikely that she will ever be able to grow her hair back, but we must say, bald is beautiful and Gianessa is rocking it.