Monday, February 24, 2014
Hair Growing versus Gaining Length
So you reach another milestone on the "Hair Length chart" then everyone is saying . . ."Your hair is growing." (in a surprising tone) . . .
It is awkward to me to hear this terminology because our hair has always been growing . . .
Unless there is a medical reason, everyone's hair is always growing. However, many people are not gaining length because their hair is breaking due to dryness, chemical damage, excessive heat, nutrition deficiency, or the natural behavior of their curl pattern and texture. Continuous hair breakage prevents many people from seeing their hair length increase, but we have to stop wishing for hair growth!
God has already granted you continuous hair growth.
Please focus on "gaining length."
This is the new hair goal and the new hair terminology for 2014. So remember:
by wet setting . . . practicing less hair manipulation . . . limiting permanent haircolor.