Deciding on Hair Growth Again

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Bad selfie taken pre-baby.

My thoughts on hair are like a game of ping pong. I do one thing, then want the opposite. I go for a long time with my natural hair color, then dye it blonde. Friends, I am at a crossroads again.

I cut my hair back in December after having my son. My hair was too long, thick and unmanageable, especially with an infant. I barely had time to shower and eat, let alone care for waist-length hair. So in a flash – I cut it off. And I’ve loved it. Washing, conditioning and detangling is a breeze, air drying and diffusing are quick, and most importantly – it’s healthy!

But… my styles are limited (no more braided side buns), I can’t put it in a top knot (my all time favorite), and I’m absolutely itching to color it. With summer ahead, I seem to want all these things at once.

Perhaps I’ll embark upon a hair growth journey. It’s been years since I’ve done this, so it’ll be interesting to see how quickly I can get it to grow. Any thoughts or tips for fast hair growth?

Don’t be surprised if you see me soon in a celebratory post with an itty-bitty ponytail. :-0

~Thais

 

 

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One thought on “Deciding on Hair Growth Again

  1. I love your hair!
    As for tips on hair growth. I have been massaging oils into my scalp every night. Jojoba oil is my fave. It’s great for your hair and also promotes hair growth. You can also use other oils. I think Castor oil is a favored one.
    If you haven’t already heard about it – the Inversion Method has a lot of good reviews. I am semi trying that. Though it’s too early to tell if it’s working

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