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Yes and no. Cutting off hair doesn't magically make hair grow back faster or speed up hair growth. Cutting the ends of hair prevents breakage making it easier to retain hair length since the ends are healthy and won't snap off.
If you cut your hair - if it's damaged it will grow back healthy. If you continually go get cuts every few months it will grow a bit faster - but not longer. O. o
What she said is partly true.. But I'd advice you not
to try anything if you'r uncertain of how to do it. :)
The way it works, is that if you keep cutting just
the ends of your hair, it will get longer when it
grows out again. ^.^
Well... Since you are getting rid of all the split ends, you should have less breakage. The less breakage, the more length you maintain. All in all your hair should grow longer as long as you're taking care of it.
Not exactly. It will grow healthier and it won't have as many split ends.
I've heard that if you constantly trim the very ends of the hair then yes, it will speed up growth.
Whether that's true or not, I don't really know.
Haircuts don't change the rate of hair growth. So no, trimming does not encourage hair to grow out faster.
no just cut about 0.5 inch of your hair off and it'll grow that way
No, it's a lie.
No it's an old wives tale.
No it's a myth. Hair grows from the root, not the end, so cutting it doesn't affect it.
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