Why is the hair pin so much shorter than the hair straighten

A man in Pennsylvania who uses the hair pins to straighten his hair says he has noticed that his hair pin has gotten shorter.

Ive noticed it’s much shorter on me than it used to be, said James Stolzenberg, of Franklin, Pennsylvania.

The pins, which cost about $1,500, are being phased out.

Last month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that hair pins are no longer recommended for men with thinning hair.

But, Dr. John Raskin, an endocrinologist at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, said he has seen some patients who have been able to get by with hair straighteners, even when they were using the pins.

“They seem to do a good job of straightening hair, even if they dont straighten the hair completely,” Dr. Raskins said.

Dr. Stolzy, who works at the St. Louis Children’s Hospital, said the pins may help patients who dont have the extra hair, but its not going to help the length of their hair, or their overall health.

“It is not going get them a haircut, it is not a treatment, it’s just another way of getting your hair straightened,” he said.

In a statement, Dr Raskinson said he hopes the pin would help keep his hair from getting too short and help to prevent it from becoming a problem.

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