Does Hair Grow Back Thicker When You Shave It?


Your hair does not grow back thicker when you shave it. Shaving facial or body hair gives it a blunt tip which might feel coarse for a while as it grows out. It is also during this period that your hair could be more noticeable and appear darker or thicker.
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Shaving has no affect on hair growing faster. This is a common myth. Below are the reasons this myth began and persists Hair grows in cycles that change with age Hair grows from the
if you are shaving hair on you arms, lip, or stomach anywhere but your legs and under arm you should stop!!... because it will grow thicker and darker the only way to stop this is
Shaving will not make your hair grow back thicker or faster. It will not increase the diameter of your current hair follicles. This is down to genetics.
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Does Hair Grow Back Thicker When You Shave?
The notion that shaving will cause your hair to grow back thicker and faster is a common myth. In reality, shaving has no effect on hair thickness, since shaving merely cuts off the hair at the surface of the skin. Shaving does not interfere with hair... More »
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