Around this time the baby's hair will start to grow and his body will be covered in tiny fine downy hairs which will produce tallow to emulsify his skin and protect it from the amniotic fluid. Although his vocal chords will now be ready, he can't yet make any noise as this requires him to breathe air.
Your baby is now becoming a lot more active and he can move his arms and legs as his tiny brain is now able to control the muscles.
Your skin and hair may change under the influence of your hormones during pregnancy and the changes range from dry skin and flaky patches to oily skin causing pimples and blemishes. Your hair can also thicken up and shine or it may dry out and in some cases you may lose more than you normally do. All of this is nothing to worry about and is a normal symptom on the increased levels of various hormones now present in your body.
You may notice a dark line on your belly, running from your navel to your pubic bone and some stretch marks may appear. This is again dependent on your body's reaction to hormones.