I'M ON A MISSION. I have been trying to grow my hair for so long for as long as I remember. Whenever I feel like I make some progress, I go for a trim ( which I do about every 7 weeks), and then I'm right back where I started!!! I'm assuming this means that my ends are not healthy enough since I always end up back at the same place. Does anyone have ANY advice for me? Any advice on having healthy ends? I'll try anything at this point.
Thank you so much in advance!
*hair goals: GROWTH, control frizz
Mane N' Tail!!!! Its been my best friend for the past year my hair is stronger,less prone to breakage, and not to mention longer. I noticed results the first month it grew 4.5 inches in a month and a half.
I'm currently growing my hair out. The last time I decided to grow my hair out was when I was 13. It started out as just skimming my shoulders, and by the time I was 15 or 16, it was one inch above waist length. What worked for me which I am doing again is no trims. Trims aren't really necessary as often as every month say if you protect your ends really well with an oil and brush gently. A two inch trim will set the average person back by four months.
This rule about trims should help, too: always make sure you take two steps forward before one step back. That means your hair growth should be at least double, preferably more, than what you trim so you'll be making progress.
Dense but fine and delicate 3a hair. Feels like a dandelion without product. Difficulties in getting less puff and more definition when short.