Asked in Beards, Facial Hair, Moustaches
You are 16 years old and still have less facial hair?
Don't worry it will come with age. A lot of men do not get facial hair until their twenties. ...
Asked in Homeschooling, Human Behavior
What does the facial feedback hypothesis tells us?
states that facial movement can influence emotional experience. For example, an individual who is forced to smile during a social event will actually come to find the ...
Asked in Homeschooling
What is Facial feedback?
Facial feedback has been listed as an effect, an hypothesis, and an theory. It is defined as being the idea that a person's facial expressions can impact their emotional experiences. For example, it is believed that if a person forces themselves to smile they will come to find that they are happy. Also, there may be a correlation between the pattern of facial muscles that feed back into the brain, providing it with information for the subjective feelings of emotion. ...
Asked in Rainforests
What types of medicines come from the rainforest come the rainforest?
The medicines that come from a rainforest are:panadol
Why Do Chinese people have different facial features?
Because they come from a different part of the world and they have adapted to there surroundings. Just a guess? ...
Asked in Facial Hair
If you grow your facial hair for a long time and shave it will it come back quicker?
Whatever you shave,it will come back quicker. You must use wax (the cheapest way) to remove it. You can also use laser or electrolysis if you have more money. Shaving will not do anything.Especially for your facial hair. After you shave,your hair will become thicker and you don't want that on your face. Hope this helps ...
I have brown hair but my facial hair is blonde but it is slowly turning brown is there anyway I can speed this up?
in my experience if u shave the blonde hair it should come back darker but it will come back thicker. ...
Asked in Sports
What percentage of people break their leg in sports each year in the US?
"Fractures, broken bones--you can call it what you wish, it means the same thing--are among the most common orthopedic problems, about 6.8 million come to medical attention each year in the United States. The average citizen in a developed country can expect to sustain two fractures over the course of their lifetime." ...