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12 Mar 1993

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mich93 asked:

12 Feb 2011

what is the best way to grow my hair out?

I have currently short hair ( like a pixie cut). I have a long face, relatively thick, and a lot of hair which is not curly, neither straight, and it grows extremely fast!!

I have wanted to have long hair for a long time, but always thought that it would make my face appear even longer than it is. Now Im thinking to grow my hair again, but I want to try to find a way how I could avoid making my face seem longer with long hair?

and also, what is the best way to grow my short hair out??

thanks a lot :)



dinoxdisko says:

Posted on 13 Feb 2011

trim it at a salon every month or two to get rid of split ends and damage


jod_mets says:

Posted on 13 Feb 2011

I have long hair and usually get commented on it - it takes a lot of time and effort. Who wants fried ugly long hair, right? Yuck! Here are a few things to keep in mind for growing your hair:

-Healthy diet is a must for that beautiful long hair you're craving.
-Getting a cut every month or two is unnecessary when you're trying to grow it, try instead every 3 months getting about 2-3 inches off. Make sure you let your hairdresser know you're trying to grow your hair.
-Vitamins are a plus

If you'd like to know more here's a website that I found great:

Also, for a long face here are some great hair styles:
^ that is a link to a site with some hairstyles you can look at.
Make sure you look at what face shape you have.. long oval, long square, that's very important to know when you're trying to come up with a hairstyle/length.

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