The NFL announced today that it will be re-introducing curly hair as an official hair color in 2018.
This is a change for the league that began a long-term process in 2015 to change its color code for players who have lost hair to the condition called perimenopaus.
Hair loss from the condition is the leading cause of menopause in women and can cause long-lasting health problems.
The league has been working with hair loss specialists for years to ensure players were able to continue playing and that the hair loss was no longer causing a significant health issue.
The NFL is a leader in hair loss research and treatments and has spent millions of dollars on research to improve treatment options for players with hair disorders.
Hair is a natural barrier to hair loss and hair loss prevention treatments that can be used to treat hair loss have a proven effect on the health of players.
The re-purposing of curly hair was made possible by the NFL Players Association and the league’s medical team.
The players’ union also funded a study that looked at how long hair loss would last for in-season and regular-season play.
The study found that if the player was not treated with the hair-loss treatment, he would have hair loss for at least three years.
The new hair color, which will be available for players to choose, will be limited to the first few seasons of a player’s NFL career and will only be available to players with curly hair.
The color will be similar to the NFL’s current official uniform.
The first-ever NFL uniform with curly locks will be unveiled on Thursday, March 6, 2018, with the uniform set to debut on Friday, March 7.