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My Black Hair Is Turning Brown?

Your hair can change color for many reasons. The most common reason for this is exposure to the sun. Your scalp produces melanin, which protects your scalp from the sun’s harmful rays. Exposure to sunlight speeds up the production of melanin, causing your hair to darken.

Another possible cause is pregnancy or other hormonal changes. If you are experiencing hormone changes or are pregnant, your body may be producing extra melanin in order to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays and prevent skin damage. This will also cause your hair to darken slightly as well.

Hair color can also change due to environmental effects such as pollutants in water and air pollution caused by car exhaust fumes and cigarette smoke. These pollutants can have an adverse effect on the quantity and quality of melanin produced by your body, resulting in a lighter shade of brown or blonde hair color than before.

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Last modified: November 3, 2022

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