What is going on with my hair(s)?
To keep it short, I’m 16 years and 6 months old. I’ve noticed that some of my body hairs have been turning into tight curls, while some are looser, and some are straighter. I got a perm on the top of my head so i’m not sure what my hair type is up there now but, can anyone explain what’s going on?
- Linda SLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
That's normal. Different body areas produce vastly different types of hair. So different in fact that scientists can tell where a hair came from based on diameter, shape, structure and more. Getting curly hair one place and straight another is normal. Having a mix of dark and light is normal. Whatever you are growing is 100% normal. What's going on is late puberty, where your body transitions from being a teen to becoming an adult. Body hair is part of being an adult so the fact yours is changing shows you are changing into an adult.
BTW: The texture and color of the hair on your head has nothing to do with the texture and color of body hair. Different genes control each.
- Anonymous8 months ago
This happens with puberty.