This I Thought was True
Shaving Hair Makes It Grow Back Thicker
Shaving hair makes it grow back thicker. This I thought was true. Many girls believe that shaving body hair makes it grow back thicker. This is a very common misconception. The correct statement should be: shaving hair makes the new growth more noticeable. Take a girl’s arm hair for example: when it grows out, it is at its thickest. As time goes by, it becomes longer and thinner at the end due to friction until it breaks or falls off. If left untouched, it will remain relatively the same length because longer hairs are weaker and fall off easier. However, once she shaves it off, the hair will grow out again at its thickest, giving the appearance that it grew back “thicker” than before. Since new hair stands up because it is too short to bend, it gives the appearance that it is harder. It is easier to notice the difference between 0 and 1 than 10 and 11.
Jenny has been working as a stewardess for about six years now and she loves her job. There are a lot of perks to being a stewardess. She can travel any time she wants to, she gets to stay in lots of exotic hotels, and she meets lots of interesting people. The part that no one thinks about is the long amounts of time that she goes without seeing her family and friends. And, she gets tired of jet lag. Although she loves her job, she wants to settle down and start a family soon.
2018/08/20 (星期一) 10:36