Cut or Length?

There is a website in which the creator states that cutting split ends have nothing to do with hair growth. She has the pictures to prove it as well.

I stopped trimming my hair about a year ago because I kept forgetting to do so. My hair does not have many splits (at the ends or within the strand) as one might expect. It grows, is healthy and sheds the normal amount of hair.

What are your thoughts?
I do exactly the same. If it's not broken don't try to fix it!

Are you growing your hair out?
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Yes. I did not do a BC when I transitioned--just trimmed the edges when I took out the braids every 3 months. I've been natural for 14 years.
There is a website in which the creator states that cutting split ends have nothing to do with hair growth. She has the pictures to prove it as well.
Originally Posted by Greatcurls
Makes sense, doesn't it? Hair grows from the scalp, not the ends, and once it's out of your scalp it's dead. I never understood why people always said that cutting hair will make it grow back faster or thicker or darker.
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