First, you should let your hair grow longer. :D
It depends on your hair type. thick, thin, corse, curly, straight,wavy...and genetics.
Simmental cattle normally have curly short hair in the summer that is not altogether too thick. However in the winter they grow out thick winter coats that vary from wavy to straight.
The same rate as for Caucasians and Asians. But as many African-Americans have very thick, dark, curly hair, it may not appear to grow out as quickly.
you CAN NOT grow curly hair if you have strait hair
It depends upon the person and the care lavished upon the hair. My hair grows about an inch and a half a month give or take a little.
To start off you want to just let your hair grow. Get it cut once month or every other month. Let you hair air dry, and do not straighten. You can use volumizing shampoo to make it thick. ( You can look up hair mixtures as well...) If you do all this, and let your hair grow for 2 years without ever getting more than an inch cut off every month/ every other month, then you will have your wish of long and thick hair.
no they do not grow thick fur
thick grow the rush leaves
They say on average, about an eight of an inch a month.
Because you are born with it.
You can't "grow" curly hair unless you were born with it. If your hair isn't naturally curly, you can get a perm at a salon, or go to a beauty supply store and buy curlers and perm solution to do it yourself.
All hair grows one half of an inch each month on average.== == == ==
the hair follicle is bent, making the hair grow out of the follicle curly
On the average, hair grows at the rate of one half inch per month.
none your hair grows how it is supposed to grow on average about a half an inch a month
sure, grow it out and straighten it.
apperently if your a girl and you shave it off it will grow back curly
Curly hairs are du to the shape of its follicle (little hole where the hair grow)
The average weight for a four month old beagle is around 7 pounds. This breed of dog tends to grow very fast.
every type of hair is different but the average human ca grow up to half an inch
no they are naturally curly (:
You can't really grow curly hair as this is a genetic attribute. You can "curl" your hair or make it wavy by plaiting it whilst its damp or sleeping with it when it's plaited or braided.
Well if you add up to the average, you grow a few thick, kinda dark centimeters, at least one or two centimeters and a bit curly, but then again all girls are different, some girls by this age don't even have pubic hair yet!