Re: What's your growth rate?

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Posted by Raymond (other posts) on February 17, 2019 at 19:19:28 Previous Next

In Reply to: What's your growth rate? [PIC] posted by BlueBeard on February 15, 2019 at 17:00:26:

My sister in law's advice now for me is to get regular trims every 6-8 weeks to prevent new split hairs from spreading. I'm not sure about the frequency of those trims-I think if you're doing everything to prevent splits in the first place than you can double or triple those routine trims to 4-6 months.

: : So, Raymond start out by just seeing if you have damaged hair. If you do then what you do next is up to you. If it's not that much than you can just trim them yourself with a pair of hair scissors that have never cut paper. If it's real bad then I have seen plenty of products claiming to repair damaged hair.

: : One of the videos I watched is attached.

: : Marty

: Raymond, back in May I started wondering if my hair was still growing because if it wasn't than I wouldn't have buzzed my head a couple weeks ago. What I did was shave a test area (above my ears) to find out because the area above my ears seemingly stayed short at 2". After shaving I kept it moisturized with oils and watched it grow over months and it got over the initial 2" at 2/3" a month. A couple weeks ago I figure I'd be back to shoulder length hair in 13 months if my entire head grew hair that way. I attached my 13 month picture from 2002.

: So, maybe you should first find out your growth rate.

: Marty

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