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I really want my hair to grow for grad next year!!


Question Posted Wednesday July 25 2012, 3:59 pm

13/f Hi, I'm trying to grow my shoulder length hair out because I'm tired of everyone else having longer hair than me. Any suggestions?

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lmaoANDlol answered Thursday August 30 2012, 11:53 pm:
olivia oil or mira oil hair will help you

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mannequin24 answered Saturday July 28 2012, 3:11 am:
I'm going to make a list so it will be easier for you :)

reduce the amount of heat you use for your hair

don't tug on your hair (especially when it's wet)

try to comb your hair out with your fingers and then a comb when it's wet

eat multi vitamins

use the right shampoo and conditioner (this is pretty important- try to find one that has some vitamins in it and doesn't weigh your hair down, dry it out, or make it greasy)

trim split ends regularly

I hope this helped and if you have any additional questions, leave a message in my inbox :)

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LOL_x0x answered Thursday July 26 2012, 10:58 pm:
The answer below me is NOT right. Do NOT put your hair in "tight, tight braids." The tight braiding causes breakage and will actually delay hair growth.

The best thing you can do and what has helped me is to cut down on blow drying/straightening and to wear your hair down or in a LOOSE pony tail/bun.

Also, when I started taking a multi-vitamin, my hair started to grow a little bit faster.

-Laura (20-f)

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oliepath answered Wednesday July 25 2012, 6:52 pm:
Tie your hair back for as long as possible.
Tight tight braids are reccomended, do not for the love of glob cause heat damage.
CORNROWS.
These are things my boyfriend did to grow his hair 18 inches long. (:
And certain shampoos help hair growth !

These techniques will help you grow your hair, but you should start now.
:)
~~ good luck!!!
--Michelle

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Matt answered Wednesday July 25 2012, 5:17 pm:
Don't cut it.

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