I have a few questions about thick body hair.
I am a very tall skinny guy, and was plagued with thick body hair. On the bright side of things, I do not have thick chest hair nor do I have any think back hair. However, I seem to have thick mats of hair on my legs and my arms, specifically, on up into my upper arm area. I understand that hair is normal on guys and I am not out to premanatly remove it, however that would be nice. What I am looking for is a way to make the hair not as thick.
After looking closely at my legs and arms, I have noticed that it seems that two hairs come from the same follicle in some instances or otherwise there are two or three terminal hairs that grow next to each other. This causes the hair to be thick and when close together givs it a really dark appearance. I have heard that with waxing, you can pull the hair out from the roots and that the hair will grow back more sparse, lighter and softer. Is this true. I really want to eliminate the denisty of hair and the length. MY hair also grows to more than an inch on the arms and the legs. After time is becomes curly and tangled and is a real hassle, not to mention it is not that attractive. I need suggestions on what to do. Right now I use clippers on my arms and legs. This keeps the hair short and thus makes it appear less dense, however the same amount of hair growth is still presesnt.
Any ideas or insight into the best method for handling this would be greatly appreciated.