Kahlo originates from the German word 'Kahl.' It is a gender-neutral name which means it is used for both boys and girls. The meaning of Kahlo is 'bald.' It is mainly used as a surname in Germany. Inspired by the famous Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo; daughter of a German architect and photographer father, Guillermo Kahlo, mestizan mother, Matilde Calderon, and sister to Cristina Kahlo. She was known for her portraits which portrayed the spirit and antiques of Mexico. She is also known for painting about her incident of lifelong pain as and experienced a bus accident at the age of 18, which caused her medical problems. She didn't allow this to deter her after; she had her first solo exhibition in 1938 and many other artistic and personal triumphs.