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  1. Morgan says

    I’m with you there!! I do the same thing. Right now it’s in the short phase but am definitely dreaming of long luscious locks. I’m just happy my hair grows pretty quickly, but now I have to withhold the temptation to chop it off when it gets long again.

  2. Syah says

    Yes! I covet this hair. I’ve been growing out my pixie cut since August 2013 and I’m at collarbone length now. 1 more year of growth and I should be past boob length. I CAN DO IT! :)

    p.s. linked your amazing ‘how to curl your hair’ tute on my most recent blog post re: how to grow you hair out healthy. thx so much for that tutorial.

    xo Syah

  3. Vicky says

    YES! I used to have long, luscious locks, then I got tired of it and chopped it off into a bob which was fun for a while but now I can’t wait for it to grow back like the chick in the second picture. I don’t know if you watch Project Runway but Amanda’s model in last season, amagahh <3

  4. I’m in the same boat! Happens every.single.time! I cut my hair back in September and within a few weeks, I wanted it long again! I think it had to do with my cut (which I needed to get fixed as I had the dreaded triangle effect going on!). I’m in lob territory now and I’m starting to like the longer layers more. Maybe I’ll stay here for a few trims before growing it again?

  5. I have the exact same hair routine! Long, short, long short. I want to grow my hair out more and I’ve recently gotten the urge for a hair change so I think I’m going to get a fringe. It’s different and doesn’t compromise on the length ;) haha.


  6. Emma says

    Ugh I used to have long hair but decided to chop it at the beginning of the summer… I miss it!

  7. Sarah says

    I have no patience to let my hair grow out, but I’m really trying to in prep for my wedding… If it makes you feel any better, both Amber (the first and last pic in this post) and Cara (the second pic) wear clip-in extensions. Cara just did a post about her’s: http://www.caraloren.com/2014/11/extensions-talk.html

  8. Christa says

    I’m the EXACT same way! I never have the patiences for it to grow passed a certain point and I get bored. but I want to really give it a shot someday! :)


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  10. Nancy says

    I can sit on my long, blonde hair, which is fingertip length. The #1 way to get it to grow long is to put it up EVERY DAY, whether it’s in a bun, a twist, or a braid of some sort. Why? Because if your hair is bundled up, it isn’t getting tangled by being blown around in the breeze, nor does it get tangled AND the ends dried out (and broken) by rubbing on your clothes, etc. This also means you don’t have to brush it during the day, which is one of the biggest things that can damage your hair — brushing it to get out the tangles. I’ve had long hair for years, and by putting it up most of the time, it looks terrific (and turns heads) when I DO wear it down and free.

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  12. Junie says


    Something that I found that grows hair REALLY fast is eating canned tuna in oil. It has to be in oil and canned.

    When I ate it with crackers my hair grew so fast. I girlfriend of mine asked me how my hair grew so fast and I told it was crazy, but I ate canned tuna in oil.

    A little while later I noticed that her hair was really long and I asked her what she used to get her hair to grow and she laughed and said, “I ate what you told me, canned tuna in oil and my hair grew really fast!”

    I know it sounds cooky, but it worked. Canned tuna in oil and crackers. That was all it took. I didn’t mix it with anything although I may eat the tuna with brown rice or a baked potato rather than crackers.