Chloe Ashford-Smith, 21, of Grimsby, Lincs., at the age of 15, with particularly bad alopecia. See Ross Parry story RPYBEAUTY; A young woman who was called 'Humpty Dumpty' by school bullies after losing her hair has had the last laugh - after scooping a prize in a beauty pageant. Chloe Ashford-Smith's school days were blighted by hurtful taunts because she suffered alopecia which caused large patches of her hair to fall out. She was regularly called 'badly' by some cruel classmaterse. Despite the knocks to her confidence, 22-year-old Chloe has fought back and now is a beauty pageant contestant thanks to treatment to curb her hairloss.Chloe, of Grimsby, North East Lincs., has rebuilt her confidence back up since leaving school and has now gone three years without losing a large amount of her hair. The Leeds Beckett University graduate took even bigger strides recently as she was chosen among the contestants for the Miss Great Grimsby and District beauty pageant.