Angela asks:

Have readers found that their hair texture is radically different as adults than children? My hair is nothing like it used to be, which is surprising and, in some ways, upsetting to me.

CN responds: I have noticed this as well! Check out this article on by Michelle B. I think it may help 🙂

Here’s a quick blurb from the article —

‘As our body ages, we see changes in our hair texture. The hair of a newborn is very soft and very fine.The diameter of the hair thickens as we enter childhood or early adolescence. As we move into adulthood and then older, the hair again changes, becoming finer again in our 40s and 50s. All of these changes are genetically programmed.’

What about you ladies? Any personal experiences?