Not joining in (my hair is the length I want it now, and I just trimmed aout 3 inches in October, cause it was TOO long), but a question:

I know hair growth rates vary, from person to person, health status, etc, but if the average human hair growth rate is 1/2 inch per month, how is 1 inch per month feasible? (Barring any sort of hormonal manipulation of prescription drugs?)
Originally Posted by MirCurls
Mine grows at about an inch per month already. Honestly, IMO it's not about exactly one inch a month, it's about taking care of your hair properly and doing everything in your power not to damage it so we can grow it out. If we get to an inch in a month, great! If not, who cares. It's about the process, in my eyes.
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