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Not to worry, chica. Your hair will go back to normal in no time. As long as you leave your arm hair alone from now on, it will grow back and you’ll have no troubles in the future.
Shaving can cause hair to grow a bit thicker, and you may find that new hair that grows in is darker since it hasn’t been exposed to light. Your best bet is to simply wait out the re-growth. Your arms will be back to normal before you know it.
BY LINDSEY SILKEN ON 12/18/2010 6:40:00 PM
POSTED IN shaving 101, hair problems
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