What Do Dead Lice Eggs Look like?

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Head lice eggs, usually known as nits look like minute yellow, tan, or brown spots, particularly before they hatch. The head lice usually lay nits on hair shafts next to the scalp, where there is perfect temperature to keep them warm until they hatch.
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1. Look very closely at a nit and observe its shape. A live nit will be plump and have a small, but visible bump on top. A hatched egg will be plump and rounded like a live egg, but
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Lice eggs will be a white or cream color if they are dead. If they are alive they are a brown or black color.
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Dead lice eggs are brown, they collapse in on themselves and the sides are
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pop it between ur nails if u here a pop it means its dead my little niece got them while she was in school and we got ride of them.
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