Posted by USA Today on Sunday, March 24, 2019 09:20:07Truck tool box is a tool box for truck drivers, with a unique twist.
They have to use a truck to remove the hair from their scalp and then put it into a box.
Cornell says the box braiding is a way to improve the way we look at ourselves.
“We’ve been using the box for years to help people to feel better about their hair and how it’s naturally looking,” said Julie Bowers, a professor of psychology at Cornell.
Weird news: Cornell boxes are coming, but the box is not going to be a box anymoreIt’s the brainchild of Julie Bower, a Cornell University psychology professor.
She’s the lead author of the study, which was published in the journal PLoS ONE.
“I wanted to understand how to make it so that the box was just the right size for the hair, so that it would be more accessible,” Bowers said.
For the study researchers, the box could have been used to remove excess scalp hair.
The box could also be used to control how much hair was removed from the scalp by the user.
“For some people, it’s really hard to remove more than the top of their head, so we wanted to do that,” Bower said.
Bowers and her colleagues studied people who had a total of 12,500 hair-removal products in their homes, and then compared the results to people who did not use those products.
They looked at how well the people who used the box and did not wash their hands did with the products removed.
“What we found is that people who use the box had lower hair removal rates,” Bows said.
“That was really interesting to us.
It was just unexpected.”
For people who didn’t use the tool, they found that the person who had used the tool was able to get rid of about 2% of their scalp hair in the first year of using it.
For people who tried to remove all the hair and used the tools for a year, it took them about 1% of the scalp hair to remove.
People who used a box were also more likely to have a better skin tone than those who didn: The box braiders were more likely than the nontoolers to have darker skin tones.
Bower said that people should be cautious of using the tool boxes to remove extra scalp hair, because they could have an adverse effect on the skin.
“They’re very, very sensitive to heat, and the more heat that comes in contact with the skin, the more the heat can damage the skin,” Bews said.
“So if you put the tool box in the sun, it can damage your skin, and it might not be as effective.”
A box braider with a hair removal kit in the background.
Photo courtesy of Cornell University.
Researchers say people who want to remove hair from the back of their heads, for example, should be careful not to let the tools touch their skin.
A box can be a very practical tool for people who are tired of washing their hands and have no desire to get messy, Bowers says.
“People should be using the tools to control their hair removal, and to remove some of the excess hair that’s there, and not to remove as much as possible,” she said.
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