As with other peoples all over the world, the amount of facial and other facial hair characteristics varies among individuals as well as related populations. If you want proof of that statement, check out this article from Jacksonville. In the answers section, you will find tons of replies, many from Native Americans themselves. In fact, early reports from New England colonists talk about Native Americans choosing to shave their facial hair off.
Do Indians not have facial hair?
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October 07, 5 min read. Naked Armor. Published by Naked Armor. In the 15th century, men like Columbus would have had their beards shaved by barber-surgeons , who would flit between shaving their steel straight razors on the scalps of the nobles to lancing the wounds of the sick and injured. In fact, becoming a barber-surgeon was a very important trade in those days.
OF SHAVING AND PRE-CONQUEST: How Native Americans Shaved Before Columbus Came
Idolized to the extreme on romance-novel covers, marginalized by colonizer-enforced stereotypes, emasculated by Grandmas and rez girls. And even then, they were good. Thanks again to n8tivGuyProblem for creating and collecting most of these. If you invite one cousin to your house you have to invite all 50 or else they get offended. Now the wife is mad because you stretched out her Spanx.
Native Americans have very sparse hair on the rest of their bodies as well. They do have hair on the faces. The ancestry of Native Americans is similar to Asians. In the old days, Native Americans used to pluck out even the sparse hair they had on their faces.