they are slightly less thick than head hair
How thick is normal nose hair?
it's so funny how many questions one can ask about nose hair. it's so relaxing to answer it.
its brown and a bit past my shoulders. i can straighten it but it takes 1 1/2 hours!!! what should i do with it???
i would say try to enhance its curliness instead of trying to straighten it cuz that would just make it all poofy...trust me i've worked with my naturally poofy hair wayyy too much. All I do is wash my hair then condition it, put in a good moisturizer like Neutrogena triple moisture, then scrunch it with a LITTLE bit of gel. My hair is frizz free for the rest of the day!
I have the same problem. Go to any beauty shop that carries Biolage products and buy their curl defining oil. It only takes a little bit but will take out the frizzies and the pouffy leaving you with beautiful curls all day long. You can also try Pantene curl defining oil from Wal Mart but Biolage works best. Good luck.
When a cat's whiskers are cut, they are thick at the cut ends, but as they grow out they get thinner. How does that work if they only grow from inside the skin?
I'm assuming its similar to hair. Please do not cut kittys whiskers. These are needed for seeing at night and for balance. It allows them to get a prospective of what is around them and how much distance certain objects are located.
maybe the hairdresser did something on it's whiskers? lol
Same as with their claws, man. The outer part sloughs off over time.
Why do you cut your cat's whiskers anyway?
i'm a guy with thick hair leg and i want to shave it but i'm afraid its going to grow back thicker or the same. i want hair leg just not as thick
Yes, there are special shampoos that can help thin your hair!!
Hmmm, if it's that thick -- why not try using one of those thinning shears (scissors) that the hairdressers use to see if it will 'thin' it out -- with luck, it will be just the ticket so that you can clip, clip, clip until it is a thickness you can live with. I suspect you will have to re-do it from time to time, but if it works, it could be pretty natural looking so no one will be the wiser.
I always thought that you get layers so it will look thicker, but my sister keeps insisting that it will make it thinner...i dunno. I have really puffy thick hair and i its SUPER long (like down to my butt) and i want to cut it, but if i cut it short it will be puffy, so i'm trying to decide how to cut it (btw my mom won't let me thin it...) so should i layer it? (rememebr-its SUPER thick)
If its dead thick and you want it thin. Do NOT layer. You should get it cut but not short. Halfway down ur back maybe. I got my thick hair cut short and layered last month and its awful now. It looks great after its just done but ull get outta bed 2 days later and ull be wonderin y u did that 2 ur hair...
it depends how they cut it, thinner. if they are really good they could make the layers blend in.
My hairdresser told me that layers make your hair thicker (I have thick hair too).
Well I have really thin hair and its all layered (choppy but just past my shoulders) and certain ares seem thinner, so yes layering should make it thinner, allthough if you get too many layers certain areas can feel thicker. Its all about the style. Just try to ask your hairdresser to razor cut your hair so it gives it a thinner appearance and Im sure it will work!
Hope this helps!! xxxx
It gives it more volume so in a way it looks thicker
It depends on what type of hair you have. If it is poker straight, it will make it thinner. If your hair is wavy or curly layering it is going to make it thicker since you are losing hair to weigh it down. Also, it depends on how long your hair is. Ask your hairdresser.
I have really thick hair and I layered it once...BIG mistake. It did kind of make it thinner but then the front part of my hair grew out longer than the back and it looked like I was a human poodle. Big freakin pom poms at the side of my face.
from my experience it makes it thicker, a couple years ago i had damaged the ends of my hair from over coloring, and i had it layered and it looked so much better, i got so many compliments on it and it looked thicker and fuller and healthier, because all the dead was off and it all blended in together.
If it is thick, then you should really layer it. Or else your hair will look like a giant wig if you don't. Plus layers gives it a more defined look. Try it out.
layers make it thinner i have really thick hair and need to get it layers to make it lay smooth if not i have a big wedge at the bottom.
my hair is very thick too and when i cut it shorter it tends to get fluffy at the bottom and i hated it so i started keeping it longer and getting layers in it..... this works out great because you get to keep the length and physically it is thinner since parts of it are cut so it is less heavy and hassle-free... the other great thing abut layers is that you can style them to make your hair look full of volume- more wavy or curly styles or to make it look sleeker- by straightening it.
also in the summer, my stylist had this little comb-looking thing that had a thin razor at the base and she ran it through some small middle sections of my hair to thin it out somewhat without using chemicals... this helped alot since long thick hair gets very hot and doesn't allow the skin to breathe and the back of my neck used to break out if i had it down on very hot days
My hair is extremely thick as well, and I have to have layers to cope. There is a danger that your hair will take on that pyramid shape when it is layered--like Gilda Radnor's character Roseanne Roseannadanna on the original Saturday Night Live.
My hair isn't quite that curly. I honestly have it layered and thinned to make it more manageable. I live on a Hawaiian island where most women grow their hair long and wear it up in a clip most of the time. I've developed the same habit, and layering makes it easier for me to do that.
it makes it LOOK thicker, but it feels thinner
it makes it have more volume. i`m sure you don`t need to do that with the texture and length of your hair, unless you straighten it.
I had thick hair and I got my hair really layered. Don't cut it too short...try mid section or shoulder length. Also ask for a thinning at the salon with a hair type of razor. Hope it helped, my mom is a stylist. That's what she said would work. But depends what type of hair you have as well. Hope I helped.
The diameter of a human hair does not have a standard value since different people have different hair structures. Your genetic makeup can cause the width of your hair to differ from that of other people. Hair color is also a big factor. Black hair is thicker than is red hair. The weather can also affect the diameter of a hair strand. As the weather gets warmer, the diameter of body hair increases. Age is another factor. Babies and young children have finer hair than adults. As a person grows up, their hair becomes thicker and stronger. Another factor is that, the closer to the root of the hair, the thicker a strand of hair would be.
In my research, I have found the diameter of human hair to range from 17 to 181 纰宮 (millionths of a meter).
Blend a whole ripe avocado, teaspoon of olive oil and 1/2 cup of water. Put on hair and leave on for 1 hour.
Wash it with cold water. Dont go under dryer, you dont want salad dressing on your head. Raw egg yolk is also good for your hair too. =)
egg is supposed to be good - but rinse off with cold water or it will cook onto your hair - I did that.
Red Castor Oil.