I wish I could be more straightforward with my answer on this, but I have to say yes and no. Mostly, no. Yes, I get it, make up your mind it’s either one or the other! Well here is my reasoning behind my baffling response: I say no because…. Hair grows an average of 1/2 inch per month (which equals out to 6 inches per year).
Have you ever experienced a hair growth plateau? It’s when your hair can’t seem to grow past a certain length: be it neck length, arm pit length, bra strap length etc. This is due to some practices (or lack thereof) in your regimen that are causing your hair to remain instead of thrive. If you are currently at a growth plateau, you’ll probably find that
In short summary if you have not heard of the inversion method here is the deal: you massage your scalp using oil, you invert yourself (bend your head over) for 4 minutes 3 to 4 times a week, and you are suppose to get 1 inch of hair within 7 days. This method is not recommended for women who are pregnant or have any medical
Ever wore your bun so long that your hair started matting up in the center? Can you remember the last time you got a trim? Are you still wearing the same protective style you got installed just in time for Thanksgiving? These are all textbook examples of bad hair decisions. I myself have engaged in all of these at one point in time, and realized
Whether you’re on a hair growth journey, want to get your hair back to healthy state, or just want to see how your hair changes over the course of the year, tracking your progress is a great way to document your natural hair journey. This can be done a few ways and there are pros and cons to each method so check out these options