Not many Cambodian have a long body hair though. But if they do, they normally shave it. These days many ordinary guys remove their body hair, so the world can enjoy an unembarrassed view of their bodies and their gym-built muscles. As I’ve often heard, however, once you shave your body hair, it will grow back thicker, and perhaps even darker then it was originally. But if you want to have a thick black hair; try to brush your hair 100 times before going to bad will make it thicker and lustrous.
Shaving facial or body hair gives the hair a blunt tip. The tip might feel bad for a time as it grows out. During this time, the hair might be more noticeable and perhaps appear darker or thicker.
What about the claim that if you pull out one gray hair, two or more will grow in its place! This one makes more sense, no? Once you pull it out, it takes 6 months for a new one to fully grows. And after 6 months, tell me if you are not aging, otherwise you are 6 months older, and few new more gray hairs come more then you had on the day you were 6 months younger.
Brushing your hair is about the same. Brushing too many time can actually break our healthy hair. It can pull out your hair as well.
Totally, these are just rumors. You rather ask doctors or check the internet.
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