A charity is calling for more support for people with alopecia areata in Wales.
The condition involves hair loss, which is mainly on the scalp.
Alopecia UK said more funding is needed for studies to determine the prevalence rate of alopecia in Wales and across the UK.
The charity said statistics would help understand just how many people are affected and need support.
Angie Jones is a graphic designer from Anglesey.
The 27-year-old has had alopecia since she was nine.
Angie covered up her bald patches for years but as they started to grow larger she found them harder to conceal.
Earlier this year, Angie returned home from travelling in New Zealand. She decided it was now time to embrace her condition and to start telling more people about it. She also decided to shave her head.