I was talking to Sihq about this.. If a person of mixed ancestry, say European and Asian is maybe pale white until about puberty, is it possible for
this person to suddenly pick up a different, darker more asian like skin tone around puberty, or even later in life?
It can be possible for this to happen, but sometimes it is the case that there has to be some kind of trigger to start the pigmentation. This could be
something as simple as in reaction to harmful sun rays as to which the pigmentation of the darker skinned parents' ancestry ould have as their
actually, it's impossible. the gene for light skin is dominant over dark skin. puberty only affects the brain and the reproductive system. puberty is
also made to cause the person to look more appealing to the opposite sex. skin color has nothing to do with this. once puberty is over, then comes
aging where most of ur genes are turned OFF. skin color doesn't change for your entire life unless u go tanning or artificially do something to your
skin (like michael jackson) *shivers*
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