Posted September 14, 2018 07:10:49 India has long had a fascination with child haircuts, which are a popular fashion accessory.
The trend, which dates back to the 1930s, has been adopted by Indian children and has even become a fashion trend itself, especially among the young generation.
The Indian government even created a list of the top 100 child haircues, which have become so popular that the government has started advertising them in the local press.
But the trend isn’t limited to India, and a new study suggests that the same is true of many other countries.
The study, conducted by India’s National Institute of Child Health and Development (NICHD), found that nearly a third of the population in Europe and the United States were at risk of suffering from child haircut anxiety.
In Australia, where the trend has been around for years, almost 30 per cent of the country’s population are affected by the condition.
The researchers also found that the prevalence of the condition is higher in India than other countries, which makes it the top country with the highest prevalence.
The report found that in India, nearly half of all children who had experienced the condition reported a child haircut panic.
One of the reasons why children have such a hard time coping with the condition may be that the hairstyles they wear are so similar.
“The child hair style is the hairstyle that is worn by children at birth.
So children who are very short, who are often wearing a very short haircut, may be at risk because their facial hair is short and they may not be able to maintain their hairstyle, said NICHD president Dr Rajendra Jha.
However, it is important to note that these hairstyles have a wide range of hairstyles, ranging from a very simple haircut to a very elaborate haircut, he added.
This is one of the major reasons why people with child haircut disorder do not get the treatment they need, Dr Jha added.