Does your hair grow faster after you cut it?

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Hair grows at the same rate both day, and night, morning, and bedtime. All the hair grows at the same rate no matter if they are cut in layers or a blunt cut.
(hair on the head) Hair grows at about an average of 1/4 to 1/2 inch a month. Some people are luckier and have hair that grows just a little longer in a month.
(hair on the other body parts) Hair on legs grow at different rate then hair on your head. But even then it grows at the same rate day and night.
People with shorter hair do appear to have faster growing hair because the end do not have as many slits or breaks in them, as a person that have longer hairstayles. And shorter hairstyle need to be maitained more with more haircuts to keep that style.
People who use hair dryers and curling irons on their hair daily (or often) do get more breaks and split ends though no matter the length of their hair. The heat causes the hair to become more brittle and does damage the hair. That's why they now have all kinds of styling aides for hair to help combat the problems caused by heat on hair.
So if you use heat to style or dry your hair you might think you hair does not grow fast, or if you have a shorter hair style you might think your hair grows faster.
With all that said there is one other thing to be said hair on the same head does not all grow at the same rate. 100 hairs in one patch of the head will not all grow longer at the same time. (It is kind of like kids of the same age not everyone grows at the same rate at the same time)

The only natural way to increase hair growth is by exercise, as the increased blood flow to the scalp increases growth rate.
 

It's a myth

So no..hair grows about half to 3/4 of an inch every month whether cut trimmed or untouched.
its not possible average growth is 1/2 inch per month

YUP. SO TRU. =D I guarantee I know a way that makes your hair grow faster than any supplement or hair products you could ever take. It has been in my family for years and its 100% effective. I also have a way if your hair grows to quick to slow that process down also.

Nope nope, your hair grows at the same speed and trimming it doesn't speed it up at all. It just keeps the ends in better shape as it grows. Now, I have a friend who used to take SO MANY VITAMINS it was insane (seriously, I was worried she would end up over dosing on something eventually) and her hair grew so fast! I had long hair at the time, but now that I have shor hair that I'm growing out... I'm pretty jealous. But DON'T start over dosing on vitamins! I did take a small, less harmfull, leaf out of her book, and now I make sure to remember my daily vitamins. Not sure if it helps too much, really. My hair grows "about" a 1/2 inch a month, depending on my stress levels and the weather. I cut my hair to a short bob (just below my ears) at the end of January and it's nearing the end of April now and I can jusssst about get a pony tail. So I think that's decently fast. And I haven't had a real trim yet!



If physicians claim that increasing the amount of exercise each day may allow your hair to grow faster due to increased blood flow to the scalp, would it make sense that hanging upside down (though maybe redundant) may greatly increase blood flow to the scalp, thus increasing hair growth if taking the appropriate amount of vitamins to be released through blood flow?












So i have a very poor diet but it try, i know what was said above is tru about hair growth. I am on just 1 supplement currently and that has done no diff in my skin, my nails grow better , and my hair doesnt have much of a difference. at this point im only happy cause im not loosing hair, but i do hate how it is at present. I can only guess what im taking is not for hair growth, its more of a vitamin, and i was debating upping to the best possible hair growing stuff