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Does sew in weave make your hair grow?


Question Posted Sunday July 8 2012, 6:24 pm



When a got a sew in weave for the first time, it was really itchy all of the time, especially when I went to sleep and wrapped it. I put oil and stuff in my hair all the ime. I even washed it, but it was still itchy and dry. I finally couldn't take it, so I took the weave out and my hair was really dry and I noticed my hair was shorter. Why was my hair shorter? How can I make my hair grow?


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teenhelper2 answered Thursday July 12 2012, 9:21 am:
I'm not sure about why your hair was shorter, but to make your hair grow, just take biotin supplements. (Don't worry, they're neither dangerous or illegal--my mom is a doctor and I got some from her on my hairdresser's reccomendation.) I'm white, so I don't have to get weaves, but when I braid small sections of my hair (for instance, my bangs), the hair always ends up looking rough and dry when it comes out, and I can only imagine what it would be like if the braids were left in for that long. You can use keratin treatment (Suave has a kit for about $15) to smooth it out. It really works--reduced the time it takes to straighten my hair by half.
Hope this helps!!

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Bey answered Wednesday July 11 2012, 2:08 am:
GRease it wash it get a routine weave is not supposed to make your hair grow you are supposed to take care of it to make it grow everybodies hair is different so what works for one person may not work for you but wrap it up at night don't sleep on it if you're black, grease the scalp, and try to stay away from damaging activities such as too much heat, processing, and stress

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