Is it unusual for a childs hair to change colour naturally?
I was born with brown hair then when I was 2 it changed to really light blonde and then back to brown again when I was 4 and I have been brown since.
Is that unusual or common?
- Linda SLv 710 months agoFavourite answer
It's very common. Your hair changes color and texture as you go through the different stages of life. Baby and toddler hair is nothing like a child's hair. A child's hair changes drastically as as teen. When a teen becomes and adult their hair changes also. It's less common for a person's hair to remain the same all their life.
- Anonymous10 months ago
If you think you blemish then is.
- BlondeLv 710 months ago
Yes. I was born with brown hair then was bald, then it grew in white. It started to darken slightly as I got older, and especially after having children.
- martinLv 710 months ago
It is unusual because most children don't change that dramatically, but minor changes are normal.
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- sarahLv 510 months ago
This is common, as far as I know. I was born with light blonde hair, then it darkened to borderline light brown as I got older. My six-month-old was born with about half a head full of almost black hair (she looked like a little middle-aged man -- basically just fuzz on top and tons of hair in the back, lol), and hers has lightened up to more of a sandy brown color.
- CarolineLv 710 months ago
My sister was born with straight, jet black hair that turned very blonde within the first year. As she matured, her hair got darker, curlier, and thicker.
Hair texture and color are genetic but also influenced by environmental and dietary factors, from what I've observed, so not super unusual.
- 10 months ago
Usually that is an early sign of testicular cancer. Not a good sign...
- 10 months ago
Fairly common. I was a toe head when I was born; my parents joked that my hair was so blonde, it was transparent. Then as I got older, it turned into a mousy brown.