A woman whose nose was ripped off in a brutal dog attack is now growing hair from her skin grafts.
Trinity Rowles, 20, had skin transplanted from her scalp to her nose after surviving the ‘near-death experience’.
The dog attacked her as she was leaving her father’s home in Pennsylvania, USA, after a heated argument.
Trinity suffered life-changing injuries after the previously loveable pit bull bit her nose and arm and dragged her around like a rag doll.
The 20-year-old was taken to the hospital, where she stayed for several days with serious injuries to her face, ears and arm.
She underwent a series of surgeries, including a skin graft from the top of her forehead and scalp to her nose, as the dog had ripped it off in the attack.
While it’s hard to tell now that Trinity’s nose was reconstructed, skin grafts taken from her head are still growing hair, causing hair to sprout from her nose.
Trinity previously admitted the aftermath of the attack had shaken her confidence as she found it difficult to come to terms with the change in her face.
But the 20-year-old hasn’t been shy about sharing pictures of her nose – hair and all – online.
In a clip that has since gone viral and amassed 5.7 million views, Trinity put together a “hairy compilation” of images showing her reconstructed nose.
Trinity captioned her video “Love thisssss,” adding, “Let’s remember to be nice people.”
The post has since been inundated with comments, with many asking if it’s possible to remove the hair.
“Can this be lasered in the future or is it too risky because it’s a transplant?” wrote one viewer.
“Definitely in the future,” Trinity replied.
Not all commenters were amused, with many praising the look of Trinity’s reconstructed nose.
“That is so cool. Your surgeon did a great job!!!” wrote one TikTok user.
Some even thought the hair growing out of their Trinity’s nose was cute.
“It’s none of my business and you probably don’t care what other people think but your nose is just so cute,” said one.