My baby’s ‘crazy’ hair makes her look like a dandelion, but we’ll never tame her mane 

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  • Aliyah Lewis, 24, from Barry Island, Wales, was delighted with daughter Arla’s hair
  • Four-month-old Arla was born with an unruly mane that makes her look like a dandelion
  • She has become a sensation online because of her irresistible crown splendor

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Most mums would be dismayed by their child’s unruly hair, but this Welsh mum is delighted by her daughter’s untamed Barnet.

Proud mum Aliyah Lewis, 24, from Barry Island, regularly uploads photos and videos of her four-month-old baby girl Arla with her adorable hair, leading people to compare her to a dandelion.

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Even when she tries to style her hair, Arla’s hair sticks back up and keeps growing out.

Laughing about it now, Aliyah also admitted that when she puts Arla’s hair up in a hair bobble it’s been compared to an onion, a dandelion, and even scientist Albert Einstein.

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Proud mum Aliyah Lewis, 24, from Barry Island, Wales, regularly uploads photos and videos of her four-month-old baby girl, Arla, with her adorable hair

Aliyah said people love Arla's hair and compared her to a dandelion, an onion, and even Albert Einstein.

Aliyah said people love Arla’s hair and compared her to a dandelion, an onion, and even Albert Einstein.

Arla is suspected to have been born with unkempt hair syndrome, and has garnered thousands of devoted fans after a series of videos surfaced on social media.

She explains: ‘Arla was born with a lot or hair, it didn’t start to go crazy until her first bath, everyone thinks it’s crazy and they love it, we never want it to be “normal.” ” Are

‘Even if I try and brush it, it will just stick but I brush it everyday, sometimes I put on bows but she doesn’t like it and if ever Sometimes she’s a bobble but if she keeps it she looks like an onion. , then we just put on a headband, or let it go wild.

‘We just use Johnson’s baby shampoo and wash it normally, but we don’t use any conditioner on it.

No amount of brushing will stop Arla's unbridled fur

Her proud mom said she wouldn't have it any other way

No matter how much brushing, Arla’s unbridled pocha will not be wiped. But his proud mother said she wouldn’t have it any other way

Aaliyah reports that even when she tries to brush her hair, Arla's hair sticks back up and keeps growing out.

Aaliyah reports that even when she tries to brush her hair, Arla’s hair sticks back up and keeps growing out.

This adorable four-month-old baby has become a sensation with her unusual mop of eye-catching hair

This adorable four-month-old baby has become a sensation with her unusual mop of eye-catching hair

Aaliya said that she was stopped by strangers in the street

Everyone wants to comment on their daughter's hair

Aliyah said she’s been stopped in the street by strangers who comment on her daughter’s hair on her head

‘People always stop us and comment on her hair! Everyone always loves it. Everyone is always so kind.

With her four-month-old baby rocking wild hair, Aaliya is unsure what’s causing it and is waiting for confirmation from doctors, but knows it won’t harm her baby.

Arla has received many compliments on her hair, although people have also compared her to Dandelion and Albert Einstein.

The brushes on Arla's barnet are useless, and the only hair accessories Aliyah can use are headbands.

The brushes on Arla’s barnet are useless, and the only hair accessories Aliyah can use are headbands.

Proud mother with her daughter, braiding her gravity-defying strawberry blonde locks

Proud mother with her daughter, braiding her gravity-defying strawberry blonde locks

Elijah says: ‘It could just be crazy hair, it could be unbalanced hair syndrome, or it could be a milk allergy. We are in the midst of trying to get answers.

‘It certainly hasn’t been in any families so far, so I guess it’s just random.

‘When I was pregnant I had heartburn that used to wake me up at night but I thought it was normal. I hoped that the heartburn was not in vain and it clearly was not!

Aliyah explains no one in her family has hair like four-month-old Earla, and her barnet is 'disorderly'

Aliyah explains no one in her family has hair like four-month-old Earla, and her barnet is ‘disorderly’

In the four months since her birth, Arla becomes a sensation wherever she goes

In the four months since her birth, Arla becomes a sensation wherever she goes

What is unkempt hair syndrome?

Uncombable hair syndrome is a rare inherited disorder that causes hair to stand up from the root and not flatten out.

Such hair is usually silver-blond or straw colored.

Hair usually appears between three and 12 months of age.

In rare cases, the syndrome has occurred with bone and eye abnormalities.

The syndrome usually resolves or improves at the onset of puberty.

It can be made more manageable by applying conditioner and using a soft brush.

Source: Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center

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