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    Strategy For Growing Out Your Hair

    Growing Out Hairstyle

    Growing out your hair in style

    If you’re coming out of a season of shorter hairstyles, there’s no better time to consider growing it all the way to a shoulder sweeping length. Worn above the shoulders, fine hair looks healthier and thicker, while thick hair really show off it’s stuff.

    “let all your hair
    grow in unison”

    When growing out a layered haircut, continue to get regular end trims (just a half-inch or so), slowly allowing layers to “catch up” with the ends. With each hair salon visit, ask if your layers need better blending to work with your cut as hair grows out. If you’re growing out bangs, too, at some point they will need to be blended into the sides and directed back.

    A super-short crop actually presents fewer problems. Simply let the entire top and sides grow; when they are as long as the underlayers or close-cropped sides, let all your hair grow in unison. If you reach any awkward stages, use clever styling to conceal it. Adding wave, curl and movement with hot rollers, curling irons or pin curls can blend layers or bangs and hide problems by creating new shapes.

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    1. I am growing my hair, i had it cut 3 months ago and it is growing VERY slowly!! I am thinking of having it permed as i have done this before when growing my hair out but im noy sure.

      Comment by Amanda — October 1, 2011 @ 11:36 am

    2. I’m trying my best to grow out my hair from a short hairstyle and i want to put it in a style while it grows out. Any advice??

      Comment by Trin — August 17, 2009 @ 3:24 pm

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