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[QUOTE=Prazol60] Baby hair is not the exactly the same as the hair you have on your head. It has a special name that I forgot. It is also like that very fine light coating of body hair babies have but it falls off after a while.

Lazy butt looked it up: http://www.babycenter.com/0_hair-loss_85.bc
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Are you referring to laguno[sp]?
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Originally posted by KhadiNiaomi KhadiNiaomi wrote:

Well whatever is in the womb of a woman they needa make some products mimicks the same things the moisture of the womb contain, that'll be the revolutionary hair relaxer literally 

Like placenta? Look it up
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Originally posted by KhadiNiaomi KhadiNiaomi wrote:

Well i just google it but from yahooanswers ppl have been saying its because of the womb the hair got a lot of moisture but after a while the lose the moisture and it grows dry


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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:

Originally posted by KhadiNiaomi KhadiNiaomi wrote:

Well i just google it but from yahooanswers ppl have been saying its because of the womb the hair got a lot of moisture but after a while the lose the moisture and it grows dry


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ETA: What about babies who are born bald?


Edited by Naturalchick30 - Feb 01 2013 at 9:44am
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To ask what Im talking about is silly because clearly I'm in a thread talking about childrens hair. Just because you know their hair to be soft and silky does not mean that it wasnt softer and silkier as a child. Many parents will complain that their childrens hair isnt what it used to be in relation to manageability and texture. This usually occurs after their first hair cut or when it grows out past a certain age. This issue is not limited to black people.
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Originally posted by Naturalchick30 Naturalchick30 wrote:

Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:

Originally posted by KhadiNiaomi KhadiNiaomi wrote:

Well i just google it but from yahooanswers ppl have been saying its because of the womb the hair got a lot of moisture but after a while the lose the moisture and it grows dry


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ETA: What about babies who are born bald?
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I guess I am being a meany

FYI, never use yahoo answers as a reference


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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:

Originally posted by KhadiNiaomi KhadiNiaomi wrote:

Well i just google it but from yahooanswers ppl have been saying its because of the womb the hair got a lot of moisture but after a while the lose the moisture and it grows dry


lmao
u laughing but its the same as being on BHM seeking for answers, and ur defense may be well yahooanswers or BHM doesnt prove any legit source of information but I mean it makes sense that the baby hair does gets nourishing moisture from the womb
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why are yah even talking about other races? yeah im sure it occurs with them but its a more drastic change with people with coily hair. why not just say idk instead of laughing because someone asked a question?
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I'm doing a google search and it seems blacks are the most concerned about this lol
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