Girls, how do you get your hair to grow out so long? Do you really trim it every couple of months or do you never cut it?

Do hair straighteners prevent hair growth?

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  • The idea of trimming it every couple of months is meant to get rid of split ends. If you NEVER get split ends, then trimming it is unnecessary. People give that particular advice because pretty much EVERYBODY gets split ends every now and then.

    So I guess the fastest way to grow out your hair is to avoid trimming it as much as possible, which means avoiding split ends as much as possible. In other words, if you work hard to prevent split ends, you won't have to trim it; and if you don't have to trim it, it will grow faster.

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  • Time and patience. Hair only grows for most people in good health, 1/2 an inch a month. Growth depends on your nutrition, how often you are cutting/trimming, and if you have healthy hair/scalp that will help promote growth to begin with.

    How can you get say 6 inches more of hair growth if you are trimming an inch off every month? It's counterintuitive to hair growth to keep relentlessly cutting/trimming your hair. Trim if you have verifiable split ends, and NOT because a magazine or a hair dresser says you "need" to cut your hair.

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  • I hear that trimming your hair on the ends makes it grow faster.

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  • cut the split ends to maintain them

    and regular trimming promotes growth

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  • Vitamins

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  • I think they don't cut it often

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What Girls Said 19

  • I used to wear my hair below my waist. I cut it myself when I saw there were split ends (about every half year). I never used any heat.

    The heat of blow dryers, straighteners and curling irons can damage the hair and make it break easier, so it does has a sort of influence.

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    • So you cut it for yourself every half year?

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  • I had my hair hip length until a few weeks ago. It used to neve4 grow. I used natural organic chemical free hair products, coconut oil to straighten my hair, drink 3lts of water a day (90oz-100oz) , not tie my hair up so much, get blood circulation to my scalp. I only trimmed if i REALLY had to. I also noticed a lot of growth after going to vegan from vegetarian. So eating healthy helped too

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  • So at first I cut my hair shoulder length like this :
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    Then I let it grow more than 3 years without cutting or trim it and my hair is below my waist now.
    I wash it one time per week during 3 years I only used normal shampoo (without anything special in it) and since some month (maybe like 4) I use a conditioner too. I put some coconut oil on the end of my hair the day of my shampoo. My hair is perfectly healthy and shiny ^-^

    After it depend on your hair to begin, if you doesn't have thick hair then it's better to cut 1 cm every 3 month to get thicker and stronger hair. Personally like I have a good nature of hair naturally I don't really need to do a lot of hair care to maintain my hair healthy.

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  • coconut oil helps. massage it into your scalp on a night. when you wash it off but shampoo on your head and rub it in a bit before you wet it. this will help lift the oil out of your hair. coconut oil is known for promoting hair growth. do this on the night before you wash your hair so it can soak in over night

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  • I don't cut my hair

    I only wash hair with water and essential oils, milk, dead sea salt

    I comb hair with wooden tooth comb

    I try to relax a lot

    I sleep 8 hours at least everyday

    I braid my hair, no fancy hairstyles

    I massage hair with coconut oil

    I wash it probably every 2 - 3 months

    When I do wash it I air dry it

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  • Cutting off bhair can help with the length in the sense that it prevents your hair from essentially breaking off. If you notice roots, but no additional length, it's likely that your hair is breaking and subsequently not looking longer. Obviously heating tools damage the hair and make this issue worse.

    The best thing to do is to take care of your hair and consider a biotin supplement.

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  • I never get it trimmed or cut, i just use products to keep it healthy. I use a leave in conditioner spray by loreal and a protein spray by beyond the zone. I find those two, keep my hair amazingly healthy and shiny.

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  • Trimming stimulates hair growth and removes split ends. Get it trimmed about an inch every couple of months. Straighteners damage your hair... so yeah it's best to avoid them but if you use them make sure you do lots of hair treatments and protections.

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  • I honestly trimmed it a little bit and then just waited for a while and it was to my shoulders now it is to my mid back, it did take a couple of years though to get it that long.

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  • my hair is by my waist. yes i do get it trimmed every 3 months, cut 3 inches off. i never use hair straighteners or curling irons. I don't know how to use them that's why lol

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