Woman celebrates baldness with Henna

More than one in a hundred women world-wide suffer from hair loss.

    More than one in 100 women world-wide suffer from hair loss.

    But some are finding new and inventive ways of challenging the stigma of baldness.

    One woman is using her scalp to showcase traditional Henna art.

    Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon Manley reports from Doha.


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