This Adorable Girl Shares The Same White Streak As Three Generations Of Her Family

Like mother like daughter.

This is MilliAnna, an 18-month-old baby from Ridgeland, South Carolina, and she has a distinctive white streak in her hair that only adds to her cuteness.

This is MilliAnna, an 18-month-old baby from Ridgeland, South Carolina, and she has a distinctive white streak in her hair that only adds to her cuteness.

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This certainly is a remarkable trait, but what makes it even more notable is that her mother, 23-year-old Brianna Worthy, shares the very same white streak. The streak is caused by a condition called poliosis, which causes hair follicles to have little or no melanin, resulting in colorless hair follicles and sometimes patches of surrounding skin.

This certainly is a remarkable trait, but what makes it even more notable is that her mother, 23-year-old Brianna Worthy, shares the very same white streak. The streak is caused by a condition called poliosis, which causes hair follicles to have little or no melanin, resulting in colorless hair follicles and sometimes patches of surrounding skin.

Brianna Worthy / Caters News Agency

What’s even more remarkable is that MilliAnna’s grandmother Jennifer shares the same distinctive streak, as did her mother before her.

What's even more remarkable is that MilliAnna's grandmother Jennifer shares the same distinctive streak, as did her mother before her.

Brianna Worthy / Caters News Agency

Worthy told the Daily Mail that she was hoping MilliAnna would inherit the trait, and shared what it was like growing up with it. “Sometimes it would bother me when I was younger, but I grew to end up really loving it in my hair and was confident that it was my own unique signature look.”

Brianna Worthy / Caters News Agency


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