I have a few very unusual hair characteristics. The first is that all over my body (including head), i have a few random hairs that are literally a few times the thickness of a normal hair, like an eyelash, jet black, and they don’t stop growing at a certain length. Is this normal?
The second is that I have always had a norwood two-ish hairline on one side of my head, I guess that isn’t too unusual but the hair i have at the concave part of my hairline towards the middle don’t point down, it points straight to the side. Is this normal? I also have semi-curly hair, which I think may have developed during puberty? and I can’t find anyone in my family tree tree with any of these characteristics, which sucks because I have no idea what-so-ever who I may take after balding-wise. are any of these things normal or indicative of anything?
I am not sure what you are asking and I would have to see you, or at the very least I’d need some good photos to understand what you are referring to. We are different and at times one part of the scalp will be different from another. Sometimes unusual hair can grow from a nevus (birthmark/mole). Is that what you see? If what you are describing is more radical, then maybe your hair demonstrates a chimeric process. See a good doctor who can research your problem for you.
With regard to the hair direction, the frontal hairline often has hair that points to one side. When I transplant such individuals, I usually discuss hair direction choices with them.