Here is another - a little heavier. The Chumash indians of Southern California had very thick and wavy hair on their heads, and heavy beards on their chins and cheeks. This article has been classified as relating to gross anatomy. Elaborate Tarascan bronze tweezers were status symbols, but simpler devices also existed. The dates I've provided are based on archaeological data, though in archaeology we're always limited by the data we can find. Sociocultural anthropology Sociocultural anthropology is the study of human cultural diversity. Other than that I would agree.
That is a myth
So did other coastal tribes as well as Chumash Islanders. Usually people all over used tweezers, often made from ocean or freshwater mussel or clamshells. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Same with a few of my friends. This article is of interest to the following WikiProjects: By evon in forum Genealogy. Handbook of California Indians.