Getting rid of nose hair is a crushing rite of passage. Related: 10 ways to thicken your hair. Nasal hair is a mystery.
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Social media has done it again. There is a trending hashtag all over Instagram in which people are using their eyelash extensions as nose hair extension to make their nose hair look more full and attractive. Gone are those days where nose hair grooming was considered a must when it came to personal hygiene.
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Hi beauties, Does anyone else have tiny hair on your nose that look like blackheads? I used to believe they were blackheads but my recent facial technician told me they were tinyyy hair on my nose that looked like blackheads. Do any of you know how to remove these? Or stop these from growing?
Chris: - It isn't just confined to me. Everybody gets more hairy as they get older and the reason for this is that the hair that you have on your body is actually sensitive to androgens these are testosterone-like chemicals and, as you go through life, your testosterone exposure of your hair follicles that grow hair increases and so, therefore, you are destined to become hairier as you get older because testosterone encourages those hair follicles to grow more hair. Chris - Yes it is, and specifically what testosterone or testosterone-like chemicals do is prolong what's called the anagen phase of hair.
It looks like someone decided to grab their extra eyelashes and stick them up their nose, and then decided to call it a trend. Oh Internet, I swear you manage to surprise me every day, and not in a good way. Never did I imagine opening Instagram and seeing people shoving false eyelash extensions up their nose and calling it a day. What did I miss?