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My 11 years old daughter shave her hair between her nose and upper lip. Will it grow back like a mens mustache?

My 11yr old sister was in the bathroom this morning and i caught her shaving the hair between her nose and upper lip!!! Will it grow back???and if it does, will it be dark icky hair like a mens mustache??? Plz help!! Im worried 4 her!!! Thnx pplz!!! U have made me feel soo much better for my sister!!! All negative answers were rated low. Many positve answere were given a thumbs up!! Thanks sooo much 4 the support! ?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Dec 2009
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Hi well come to HCM.
Are you sure that your sister is having hair in between nose and upper lip, she is only 11
and at that age even boys are not having hair there. she may be doing it for the curiocity after looking what her elders are doing. If really hairs were there it is bound
to grow again and lines will definately become dark on doing it repeatedly. thanks
Answered: Fri, 16 Sep 2011
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I'm sure it will be completely fine. Its a bit late to be worrying about it now anyway! Just wait and see what happens.
Answered: Mon, 21 Dec 2009
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