The Difference Between Hair Growth and Length Retention

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Hello beautiful ones! I’m here to talk to you today about something that is VERY important, at least to me. That is the difference between hair growth and length retention.

OK, so first let’s break it down, yes? Hair growth is inevitable. It’s something that just HAPPENS, like the hair on your legs or underarms grow. Growth happens every day, along with shedding. Hair (all hair, not just “black” hair) grows at a rate of 1/2 inch a month, or 6 inches a year. So the next time someone tells you that black hair can’t grow, look at them like they’re stupid, because they are! Of course black hair can grow, just like white hair can grow. When it comes to long hair, growth is not the problem.

The problem that most of us face is retention of that growth. Growing is not the problem, retaining is. Get it? Growth…

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