[PHOTOS] Meet the most beautiful and Hairiest girl in Africa

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In the human system, hair strands begin to change during puberty, when large amounts of male and female hormones arrive in the blood. The hair growth cycle is determined by the influence of these hormones.

The latter are produced by the endocrine gland and are transported in the blood. They then bond to target cells, in this case, the roots of the hair, which capture the hormone’s signal and react as a result.

There are 2 types of hormones that can cause hair strand: in the male, it is androgenic hormones, including testosterone, and in the female, it is estrogen hormones such as progesterone.

These hormones play a different role in the body and particularly in the hair cycle. Female or estrogen hormones participate in hair growth by slowing down growth and prolonging the anagen phase.

Today in this article I will be talking about Princess Akua Agyapong, a beautiful Ghanaian little girl who is considered by many as the hairiest child in Africa. Princess Akua, however, has a Nigerian root judging from the ‘ green white green’ flag on most of her social media pages. The bubbly little Princess Akua has full and thick long eyelashes and eyebrows hairs which many people are buying in beauty shops.

Whiles every normal human has, at least, a little bit of body hair on their face, their arms, on their legs, and so on, this Bubbly little Princess has excess hair on her body including her face and arms. Princess is has gained a lot of Instagram followers because of her beauty.

Princess has an ambassadorial deal with Loco Cosmetics. Hairs on the human body make part of human beauty. See how the hairs have been grown on the face and body of this little princess. Isn’ t it nice? I know you admire it.

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