Query by Malikah Simmons: How do i know how lengthy my hair is heading to develop?
I am seventeen & a black lady & my hair fell out simply because of currently being dry, skinny, warmth hurt, and break up finishes. I experienced to reduce largely all of it because the split finishes had been to considerably up and my hair was overprocessed. So I now have three inches of hair. I’ve constantly experienced extended hair down the middle of my back. The two my parents and grandparents have extended hair down their again. I’m taking care of my hair now and I have 1 inch of new expansion. I know ppl get new expansion all the time but they have brief hair cuz everybody is not intended to have brief hair. So if they get new growth and even now have limited hair. So then what occurs to the new progress? Due to the fact isn’t really that meant to make hair lengthier? Is my hair heading to be quick permanently or prolonged?
Reply by Lin
You will not likely know till you let it increase. No one’s hair stays short by by itself. Stop screwing with it. Go to a proffessional.
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Most ANYONE can grow hair down to their feet. I’ve seen guys wearing dreadlocks (Afri-Amer) down to their waistline. Google: longest hair in the world.
Heat & chemicals are hair’s worst enemies, and relaxers contain ingredients formaldehyde causing cancer.
Good hair comes from: good genes, good hair care (chemicals are not), and eating all the healthy foods from Mother Nature – not made by man or sold @ GNC stores, and using hair products.
“I’ve always had long hair down the middle of my back.” So you’re halfway there, you just need good hair care.
Hair products are NOT made of glue to fix, prevent, reverse hair from getting damaged, or hair loss, or make them grow . . . . they are a trillion dollar business. They also do NOT give money back guarantee for damaged hair or hair loss caused by heat & chemicals – hair’s worst enemies.
“You find people oiling hair every single day, the hair sweats and it doesn’t get washed. What do you think happens? It goes limp and becomes thin because it is not breathing,” Shamillah Mohammed, a hairstylist at SUQA, says.
Normally, our hair grows about half an inch a month. Now depending on your health condition, what food you eat or what you do to your hair, you can either encourage hair grow or even decrease growth.
Slow hair growth is usually due to hair breakage. Too much styling (esp. heat) can damage hair making it weak and dry making it prone to breakage.
To fight hair breakage, you should do something to make your hair strands strong and this is easily done by using FAST shampoo. FAST or Fortified Amino Scalp Therapy is a special shampoo that not only strengthens each hair strands, it beautifies hair too, because it contain the so called “hair vitamins” biotin and pantothenic acid.