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Baby Born With A White Patch Of Hair Which Is Exactly The Same As Her Mother's

Written by Vanessa Hojda
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If you thought your birthmark was cool, wait until you see this one. Brianna, a 23-year-old mother from Ridgeland, South Carolina and her daughter, MilliAnna, were born with the exact same patch of white hair ontop of their head. MilliAnna marks the fourth generation in their family to inherit this peculiar white mark.

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This type of birthmark is caused poliosis, and it’s a condition where a patch of hair and the skin around it lack their usual pigment. It’s a striking look, and a distinctive mark in Brianna and MilliAnna’s genetics.

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In an interview with the Daily Mail, Brianna said she wasn’t sure how many people in her family had inherited the mark before her grandmother. Brianna’s grandmother was adopted and she never met her biological family.

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In Brianna’s case, poliosis affected the top of her head but this type of skin condition can also show up in the eyebrows, eyelashes or anywhere else on the body. It’s not a disease that leads to anything harmful and it doesn’t hurt a person’s livelihood.

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In an interview with the Daily Mail, Brianna said she wasn’t sure how many people in her family had inherited the mark before her grandmother. Brianna’s grandmother was adopted and she never met her biological family.

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In Brianna’s case, poliosis affected the top of her head but this type of skin condition can also show up in the eyebrows, eyelashes or anywhere else on the body. It’s not a disease that leads to anything harmful and it doesn’t hurt a person’s livelihood.

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