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I'm Starting to Grow Facial Hair

What do you do when you start to grow hair on my face? What do you do when your friends start smoking? The Kidzworld Locker Room has tips on how to deal with moms that care about hair and friends that start puffing.

Can I Control How My Facial Hair Grows?

I am 14 and my mom is one of those moms that cares too much. She has me kind of nervous about shaving. I am starting to get facial hair but not a lot. Is there any way I can get it so that it isn't so visible? Please give me something I can do.

Shaving Tips

The best thing you can do to get rid of that facial hair is start shaving. Your mom has probably never shaved her face before (at least, I hope not) so don't be nervous about shaving just because your mom said something. (Sometimes when moms "care too much," they can kinda over-react or exaggerate - try not to take it too seriously when they do that.)

When guys are going through puberty, their facial hair usually grows on different areas of their face at different rates. Some parts of your face will have lots of hair, while other parts won't have any at all. This may be embarrassing but there's not much you can do to control how much hair grows on your face. So, grab a razor, some shaving gel or cream and always shave with the grain.

For more tips on shaving, click here.

To find out how to deal with your friends who have started smoking, click here.

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