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Hair, hair, everywhere!

I have hair growing about almost everywhere on my body. Is that normal?
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im 11 turning 12 in less than 2 weeks! My boobs are really sore....i have pubic hair...a little bit of armpit hair..and started discharge almost 2 months ago today i felt really stiff in my stomach like there was something stuck in my butt... My mom got her period when she was 12....im really athletic and im average size ( about 90 lbs if that helps) and everything. Is my first period coming soon?


Hey Girly!

It’s really hard to tell exactly when you will get your period, but those are all signs of puberty which means your period could really come at any time, whether its soon or in a couple of months even a year. It’s really hard to tell but just be patient as it will happen to you eventually. Smile Hope this helps doll!  

Lynae P.

by GlitterGirl14 on 4/28/2012 5:16:06 PM


When I was in 5th grade, I was pretty stupid with the razor. I thought it was cool how the little peach fuzz type hairs on my belly, cleavage, and lower back came away so easily. Now I'm almost out of 9th grade and let me tell you the aftermath of those early years is not pretty. I don't ever want to shave in those places again, and I want so desperately to have normal body hair. I tried waxing the first two places but it isn't helping much. Please help, I haven't been swimming in a two piece since nearly two years ago, and I only swam once this summer because of this fear of people thinking I was some ugly ape. Frown

Hey girlie,

There are three options: waxing, hair lightening, or accepting the bod you've got! I know you probably wish you could go back and never shave in the first place, but we can't go back in time to fix our mistakes. Personally, I'd probably trim the hair a little with small beauty scissors to make it seem thinner, then try to embrace it and carry myself with confidence...even if I had to fake it at first til I felt it for real. But if you have the money and are willing to stick with it, you could always lighten the hair or wax it at a salon! It really does help... it's just a bigger commitment <3
Lauren C.

by macca21 on 4/6/2012 12:02:50 AM


mod mod mod!!!!! omg. i gotta a prob. so like, there is this guy who is my ex-bf. i'll call him D. so he told me he wants to be a cheerleader which is extremly weird. he like messed up my reputation because everyone knows. i pretend not to know him. should i still be friends with him, or should i just not talk to him? help!!

Hey girl,

You're pretending to not know one of your friends? Ouch! There are tons of male cheerleaders who are super hot and strong -- someone's gotta toss those flyers! -- so support him if that's what he wants to do! It's fine if you don't share the same interests, but if you're friends you should support what he wants to do!

Meghan D.

by keykat on 2/25/2012 8:34:32 AM


I have definetly started puberty-I have public hair and hair on my underarms. I even got my period the other day! But I have no hair on my legs. What's wrong?

Hey Doll,

Just as all girls start puberty at different times, how girls experience puberty is also very different. You probably have some hair on your legs that's just really light and thin, and that's normal. You might find that your leg hair starts growing more later, but for now, be grateful that you don't have to worry about shaving. Congrats on starting puberty!
Rachel N.

by spencer9800 on 1/27/2012 11:27:33 AM


I started shaving my under arms last summer! some times they are itchy is this normal????

by livelovelax123 on 1/20/2012 4:00:24 PM


Hey bubblerain, try trimming your ends every three weeks to prevent them from splitting. You could also create a scheldue for washing your hair. Washing my hair every ten days works for me, so try that. Hope this helps!!

my hair is the type that dosnt need to be washed everyday,or ill go dry. the problem is that if i dont wash it, it gets spilt ends. my hair is already short and i only allowed to use hair mosterizer once a month.HELP. Lynae P.

by bubblerain on 1/4/2012 7:33:45 PM


mod mod mod HELP my hair is rough, thick, dry, and curly in some places, and is un-combable(i've broken combs and hairbands because of my hair)and i can't find a strong softening product. any suggestions?

Hey girlie,

Definitely ask your hairdresser to recommend a cream or serum. I have fine straight hair, so I'm not the best person to ask! I'd only be guessing Smile 
Lauren C.

by iheartjb<3 on 10/28/2011 7:17:49 PM


All of a sudden my hair has been getting more greasy, it even looks greasy straight after I've washed it! I have oily skin, is this why? Should I wash my hair everyday? Should I use conditioner, I always do but maybe this is why my hair is getting greasy quicker? Much appreciated Smile

Hey girlie!

The same thing happens to me every now and then.  The first thing I'd try is instead of conditioning every time you shower, condition every other time.  If that doesn't work then try the same with your shampoo.  If your hair hasn't always been like this, then it has to be one of those two products.  Now all you have to do is find out which! 
Jordan S.

by cindy5218 on 10/13/2011 1:40:40 PM


How do you get a perfectly clean shave on your legs AND your armpits?

by track20 on 9/21/2011 4:10:12 PM


MOD MOD MOD! I have tons of black heads on my nose, and they will NOT go away!!! How do I get rid of them? And there are some starting on my chin too... help!


Hey girly! I'd try using an exfoliating face wash scrub. My favorite is the Willow Bark scrub by Burt's Bees! Smile


Becca G.

by karatesis7 on 9/11/2011 9:20:49 PM

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