Einstein Syndrome

Continuing the theme of people with an unusual appearance , I can’t help but tell you about the Einstein Syndrome - incredible growth, or, to be more precise, hair structure, in which combing turns not only into a difficult, but simply into an impossible task.

sindrom Jejnshtejna, neposlushnye volosy, volosy ne raschesyvajutsja, stekljannye volosy Many beauties, styling their hair, complain - they don’t obey, they don’t fit, and so on. So, dear ladies - it seems to you so only because you have not yet heard about what Einstein Syndrome or uncombable hair syndrome is. I will tell about them now.

Features of the anomaly

Vitreous hair - this is how this phenomenon is also called, it is an extremely rare anomaly of the hair structure. As a result of this disease, if I may say so, changes occur directly in the very section of the hair. This makes it impossible to comb your hair or style it, and there can be no question of creating a beautiful hairstyle.

sindrom Jejnshtejna, neposlushnye volosy, volosy ne raschesyvajutsja, stekljannye volosy The amount of hair in people with Einstein Syndrome is no different from the amount on the head of a person with normal hair. The color is most often light, in extreme cases - red. Dry and shiny, they are almost never brittle. Due to the large volume, it will not work in any way to form a hairstyle. The maximum is to collect curls in a tail or a bun, you can still try and braid a braid.

Under a microscope, the cross section of such a hair has an unusual round or oval shape. On the contrary, the form here is the most diverse - it is in grooves and can have three of them at once. This makes the cross section triangular, octagonal, and even heart-shaped. This makes the hairs slightly curly and very stiff, which makes them difficult to comb.

sindrom Jejnshtejna, neposlushnye volosy, volosy ne raschesyvajutsja, stekljannye volosy Development of an anomaly

In most cases, the anomaly becomes noticeable already in infancy. For some people with puberty, the hair "changes" and becomes manageable. But, some have to live with this anomaly throughout their lives.

The syndrome is not dangerous, except when it becomes concomitant with genetic pathologies - cleft lip or syndactyly. Vitreous hair itself is not associated with any physiological abnormalities, nor with psychological or neurological pathologies. sindrom Jejnshtejna, neposlushnye volosy, volosy ne raschesyvajutsja, stekljannye volosy

The most famous person in the world who had glassy hair was Albert Einstein - it was thanks to him that the syndrome was named.

Einstein girl

Now the same hairstyle as that of the famous scientist surprises the world Jaylee Lamb - a girl whose hair has constantly stood up straight since 2.5 years At one time, the mother of an American girl spent a huge amount of money trying to pick up the same styling tool for her daughter's unruly hair. sindrom Jejnshtejna, neposlushnye volosy, volosy ne raschesyvajutsja, stekljannye volosy

But, the day came when the specialists diagnosed the girl and it became clear that nothing could be changed. Whether the girl's hair will settle down in adolescence, no one can say yet.

How about a cute little girl? And how do you feel about such, to put it mildly, non-standard appearance? Tell us in the comments.