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Ariane67
Hi guys, There’s a spot on my head where there seems to be missing hair. I touch if and it feels like a patch of very short hair. I’ve had something like this for years and I can’t figure out what it is. Anybody knows? I’m sorry for the quality of the pic. Thank you for your help!
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