What Determines Your Hair Color?



A brain stuff? It's Christian. I in Sagar. Sometimes you're right in the middle of cleaning up the drain in the shower. And you start pondering questions like. Why is my hair color different color from my mom's tair or my neighbors hair or my roommate's disgusting Soggy Three Foot Long Wolf's tail drain Wad? What's the real difference between blond hair black hair red hair and everything in between well? The main structural ingredient in human hair is a protein called Carrington. It's what your hair and fingernails are made of but also what's behind the Silky Sheen of wool bear claws and horse hooves. Mom Don't you just want to run your fingers through those Hove's but Carrington on its own is not very colorful and if all humans had in our hair was Carrollton Harrison. We'd look like eighteenth century. French aristocrats in powdered wigs. Because we'd all have the same sort of white colorless hair but at Carrington is not the only ingredient in human hair to create natural color. You need to add pigment. This is done by cells in the skin called Milan ascites lights. These MILANA sites create the natural pigment known as Melanin and deliver it to the cells that create the Karen for your hair and this melanin comes in two varieties varieties you melanin and feel melanin. You Melanin dark pigment. That gives hair brown or black color. Feel Melanin in is a lighter. Pigment that gives Harry Red Orange or yellowish color. Both of these are present in varying degrees. A person might have had a little of each or a a lot of one in almost none of the other so someone with black or dark brown hair probably has a lot of you. Mellon a redhead has a lot of feel melon ellen and blondes. Well they don't have very much of either one so what happens when we get older

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