Wednesday, May 26, 2010

What Will Happen If I Pull My White Hair

Hmmm. sounds familiar. Well you can hear that from old people, they will tell you that you must not pull your hair, cause it will grow and multiply!! Well I'll tell you this, Its a mistaken notion that pulling or cutting out one white hair will make it multiply. What will actually happen is that you will have one less hair strand on your head or at best it will be replaced by another white hair. The Bible says, "Gray hair is a crown of glory, it is gained by virtuous living" (Proverbs 16:31). But if your salt and pepper hair is bothering you, consult your hair stylist about the different coloring options you have. If you're coloring your hair for the first time, you might do yourself favor by avoiding home remedies. Correcting green hair might be more costly and inconvenient thank you think.

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1 comments:

M.a. said...

Before, I have one strand white hair for over 8 months old (I Guessed); haircut is not a problem. One day, I noticed that my single strand white hair grew up visibly--pointed somewhere... whatever combing my hair and hide it with gel it still visible. I pulled it. And yet they are about 10 or more. It also spread from other side in just 3 months. I don't want to beleive what old people says, but why it happens??

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