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Hair snips are fun, quick articles about hair and beauty. They are meant to be short and straight-to-the-point, so you have an easy time reading them. For this Hair Snip, I would like to talk about a few interesting hair color statistics.
I’ve talked about this exact same thing throughout a bunch of my other articles, so sorry for repeating myself if you are a regular reader. However, I felt compelled to write a quick little hair snip about the common misconception about trimming your hair.
It’s common knowledge that when a human is cold, they get goose bumps (usually on their arms). But do you know what causes goose bumps and what they are? Let me explain… Goose bumps, aka the “pilomotor reflex,” are part of an automatic response of a mammal’s body. Part of this reflex’s function is to generate warmth in a cold environment. “How does it work?” you ask. The muscle fiber attached to the hair follicle tightens and pulls the hair straight up, which makes the surrounding skin bunch up. The straightened hair traps a layer of air against the skin which adds insulates the body. Goose Bumps As A Result Of Fear: This reflex does not do a lot to help hairless mammals like humans. However, notice how when a cat is spooked, their hair stands straight up. This defense mechanism is caused by the pilomotor reflex. The purpose of the…