Parents in a remote part of the country say they fear their children may grow out their hair because they grow out too much, even when they have to shave.
“If my son was to grow out his hair I would tell him, ‘This is not the right place for you to grow it,'” said the mother, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
She said her child has been shaving for two years now, and it’s been a challenge because it’s so hard to keep his hair in place.
“I’ve tried every hairstyle, and I’ve tried everything I can to keep my son’s hair in good condition,” she said.
“He has been growing out his whole hair, and he’s growing his hair out to about a foot and a half, but it’s still a very big problem.”
It’s a huge problem.
He has to cut his hair, because it makes him look like a little girl.
“And the hair doesn’t come out, and we have to make a lot of messes to get the hair out, so I just have to trim his hair to keep it in good shape.”
Now I have to use scissors and a little bit of water and it is not easy.
“The mother, whose daughter is also a student, said she was worried that her son may grow a cut on his forehead because of the difficulty of keeping his hair.”
We don’t know where his hair is growing,” she added.”
But I don’t think that he’s going to grow a big cut.
He just wants to grow his hair short.
“When I saw that his hair was grown, I was scared that he might grow a bad cut because of it.”
My daughter has had a lot more trouble than me, but she’s also very brave.
“She’s not afraid of losing her hair.”