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About 8 months ago, I had hair about 5 inches below my bust and got it cut to right below the breasts and I got so sad. So I researched everything and this is what I found. Getting your hair trimmed every 6-8 weeks is just cutting off the hair you have grown. Try not putting heat on your hair as much and pulling your hair in a tight ponytail. Also biotin may work for you and may not, remember that every body has different hair growth. Now my hair is about 2 inches above my belly button! But I'm sure it could be longer because I curl my hair about once a week, blow dry it about twice a week, and pull it up into a pony tail 5 days a week for tennis.
I had been growing my hair out for six years. I didn't even trim it often, and I had it grown down to my hips- long enough that if I tilted my head back I was in danger of sitting on it. I cut it this summer, and since then it has grown three times as fast. Your hair ends do affect growth, so keep it trimmed.
I grew out my hair, it was just below my shoulders and it took a year to grow to where its is now which is just below my breasts! I just didn't cut it for at least 6 months, I know its teally unhealthy but if you keep cutting it its just gonna get shorter and shorter!!! To avoide dead and split ends i washed every other day (This also makes your hair not dry) and didnt apply any heat to it! Also tying your hair up in a tight hairband is bad for your hair so try to wear it down. People say cut your hair too make it grow longeer, but your hair grows from the top of your head so dead ends dont effect it growing. My advice is to cut your hair an inch off and then start growing it long, otherwise your just growing dead hair! good luck!
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