I stole this from ol sweet mary:
To love a bald woman isn’t to love her merely because she is bald. It is to see what she is really like, and to really like far more than what you see. It is to avoid mistaking her head for her mind, or her shell for her spirit. It is to cherish her as no less of a woman regardless of the hair she may be “missing.”
So what if alopecia sometimes causes her to have patchy or thinning hair! An exemplary lifestyle is infinitely more important than any hairstyle. Besides, true character is not diminished by loss of hair, and the presence or absence of locks certainly is not the key to love.
You may behold her as “bald and beautiful.” Indeed, you should! Bear in mind, however, that beauty that is only skin-deep is fool’s gold. Love her neither as a fetish, nor just for how she appears on the outside. Adore the phenomenal woman, but only with a true lover’s eyes.