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If your hair is down to the end of your ear how long until it gets to your neck?

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2007-04-13 09:21:10
2007-04-13 09:21:10

My hubby's took him 3-4 years to grown that long with curly hair. It all depends on your rate of hair growth, it could be anything from a few months to a few years. You could try measuring the length of your hair at the beginning of every month to see how much your hair grows/month. Also, it depends on the condition of your hair and if, or how often, you get your hair cut.

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