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Thin moustache and beard. What can increase thickness?

Hi, I am 27 years old.. but i have a very thin and less moustache and beard.. feel very embarrassing.. especially my mosutache width is vey thin and also the size.. if i see in the mirror it looks like a straight line drawn.. i want to increase the width and thickness of it.. please advise if there is any possibility..
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Hi, hope you are doing great.

Your query is a bit unusual. The type of hair depends on genetics. People from mongoloid races(chinese, korean, japanese) have less dense hair as compared to other races, but they are in no way different from other human beings. It all depends on your genetic makeup. There is nothing to be ashamed about. Growth of facial hair is not an absolute sign of manhood and virility. However its important to know if you had earlier good hair which have later thinned out. If thats the situation a dermatologist might help you.
Hair transplantation is an option otherwise
Answered: Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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