Snippet from the article:
Women who want to go bald as a fashion statement may find the process smoother than ever.
Some fashion experts believe female baldness is getting its most positive fashion exposure since singer Sinead O’Connor hit it big in 1990. Although Britney Spears went bald a few years back, it was viewed as a cry for help, not a fashion statement.
Part of the reason why baldness is in is because of the positive press given to Miss America finalist Kayla Martell, who suffers from “alopecia areata” — an autoimmune disease that led to complete hair loss when she was a child.
Read the full story at AOL News — More Women Taking a Shine to Going Bald
I agree that Miss Delaware Kayla Martell is a good role model for young women dealing with alopecia (we wrote briefly about her here), but I also found a rebuttal to the idea of hair loss as a fashion statement at Salon.com.