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Thread: Hair growth on upper cheeks! To shave or not to shave?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trimmy72 View Post
    Sorta like I shave my head all the time, and no matter how much I shave the top of my head...........it just never grows back. So yeah old wives tale

    Dennis - My Great Grandmother told me Chicken crap on the inside of the lip and honey on the outside of the lip, that mustache will fill in, in no time!
    Aww man, I've been putting the chicken crap outside, and the honey inside...
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    I think your beard growth is strictly genetic. Shaving shouldn't make a difference.

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    That actually make sense, thanks a lot. Guess i was just conscious because i have noticeable pores over my cheek area under the tiny hairs. And these pores are a bi**h. But i'll go ahead and shave everything now, cheers.
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    I'm quite a hairy person. I've had to shave since I was 14. 16 years later and I'm still shaving my upper cheeks, and forward of my sideburns and between my eyes. Granted it was always fine hair but it's never gotten thicker. Shave away, you will look cleaner and feel better.
    "Try something the old way every once in a while. The only reason you are on this planet is because someone struggled and strived to do something you take for granted."

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