Salon Sora Has the Answer
While this topic may seem a bit awkward for some, those who have been born with naturally thick facial hair will find this helpful. Without a doubt, waxing is annoying and sometimes costly, pills are not going to stop the hair follicles on your face from growing and producing hair. However, much to your surprise things like eyebrow razors and regular shaves aren’t as bad as people may think. Here are some reasons why you don’t have to worry about face shaving.
Many women have had the graces of their family genes passed down to them. Whether it’s a large nose or facial hair went amiss, it’s still a part of what makes them who they are. In some cases, you can live with a bit of a mustache, but not most of the time. If your appearance is important to you, then it’s time to find a solution.
We’ve all heard that your face hair will grow back thicker and darker if you shave it off. Right? Wrong! This is a myth passed down by mothers and perhaps even fathers who didn’t want you to use their razors. LOL. Okay, we are just kidding about that part, but when it comes to your facial hair, shaving it off will not cause the hair to grow back thicker or darker.
The hair follicles and the shaft of the hair are not going to reproduce itself in other places. You were given the skin cells and hair roots at the time you were born. Shaving doesn’t cause a difference because you’re only removing hair from the surface and not at the hair bulb, veins or gland. When using a razor, you’re only cutting the hair shaft at the skin’s out layer. Therefore, you can’t make more hair bulbs, oil glands or hair follicles, thus making it impossible to change the thickness or amount of facial hair to grow back.
Next time someone gives you this advice, tell them the pros at Salon Sora knows. We hope you found this blog to be helpful.
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