This image is in focus, with good lighting and shows classic features of folliculitis decalvans. The pustule is characteristic of this disorder. Patients often have dozens of these pustules, which are often the first sign of the disease. As the inflammation progresses, alopecia and scarring occurs, with resultant clumps of hairs within the scars, often referred to as "doll's hair". This image is a good dermoscopic example of scarring, pustules and doll's hair characteristic of folliculitis decalvans. This image was selected as the best latin American dermatology picture.