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LADYCJM SparkPoints: (33,581)
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8/24/13 2:06 P

LOL, I feel for you! It seems to take forever for hair to grow, especially when your growing it out. A good trim/restyle will make you feel a little better and make the growing out process a little less painful.

NANAS4GIRLS SparkPoints: (40,897)
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8/24/13 1:50 P

Hair only grows about 1/4 " per month. I found that out after having Chemo.

JENNILACEY SparkPoints: (76,390)
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8/24/13 8:12 A

What's that old cliché; "a watched pot, never boils." ;)

EMPRESSAMQ Posts: 5,077
8/24/13 3:20 A

Hang in there, it'll get to where you want it again. emoticon

EOWYN2424 Posts: 5,795
8/24/13 3:06 A

I just had a haircut recently in the beginning of June. At the moment, I was just sick of constantly having to bun up my long hair. After the cut, I loved it, it was stylish and I can wear it down now.

But right now, I want it to be longer again and it's just taking forever to grow! Seems to me it's not growing at all! It's already the end of August and it's still so short!!!! And I'm kinda mad at my hairdresser because he took too much off and layered too much but it's stylish.

Why does my hair take sooooo long to grow, that's it, I'll never cut it now!!!!

Sorry, just had to vent!!!! This is soooo frustrating!!!!!

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