Posted by El Nico (other posts) on January 30, 2018 at 12:45:10 Previous Next
In Reply to: Re: Inversion method posted by Gene W on January 30, 2018 at 11:27:21:
: Oh, yea. I tried the inversion thing verbatim a year or two back after running across mention of it on the Web. It's a major pain, for sure. I did it for about two months and then decided to stop. Here's the deal.
: Forget all the stuff you've read about how quickly people's hair grew in a short time. The truth is that it's almost impossible to accurately measure hair growth on a week-to-week basis. All those folks who say their hair grew an inch in a week don't have a clue. I carefully tried to measure mine from the middle of the top of my head once a week and some weeks it would seem to have gained a quarter inch and other it would seem to have lost a quarter.
: The nearest thing to an accurate measurement of how well the inversion me was when I compared my first measurement to the one I did two months later. Guess what? After two months my hair had grown about one inch, which was the normal rate of growth for human hair. Inversion seemed to do nothing for me.
: If you want to try it, take a smart scientific approach to measurement. Before starting it, measure your growth at the beginning and end of two months. Write it down. Then do the inversion thing for two months. Then measure your hair and compare the grow from those two months to the previous two. Let us know if you come out better than I did.
Hi Gene. You are right, itís a total pain in the ass for sure. Completely sick of the rigmarole after just one week. F***ing coconut oil everywhere!
I think my hair had grown faster but as you say, it sounds easy measuring your hair but it ainít!
Think cutting mine all off after two long years of growing it out affected me and I was jumping onto this idea as a quick way of getting all my locks back! Idiot :-)