Growing super long hair?

Discussion in 'Body Modification' started by ChrisGriffin, Jan 29, 2009.

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  1. ChrisGriffin

    ChrisGriffin Member

    Not sure if this is the right place, but I was wondering if there's anything specifically I can do to grow my hair longer. My hair is about shoulder length, and seems to be growing slower than when I first started growing my hair eight years ago.
     
  2. toolmaggot

    toolmaggot Nuts Go Here.

    Put semen in yr hair as much as possible.
     
  3. ChrisGriffin

    ChrisGriffin Member

    Can you at least try to post something relevant?
     
  4. wobblies

    wobblies Member

    I think that hair growth gradually slows down, although I'm not sure. From my hair-growing experience, all I can say is "let it grow."

    Also, this might help (directed at females but still):
    http://www.hairboutique.com/tips/tip214.htm
     
  5. ChrisGriffin

    ChrisGriffin Member

    So, is that whole "having hair braided makes it grow quicker" statement a myth or what?
     
  6. ☀Pearl☀

    ☀Pearl☀ Member


    I can tell you from my experiences (hip length hair right now, has been longer before... :D), it does make a difference. Using soft hairties, making buns, keeping your hair in braids, it all helps to cut down on deterioration (split ends, to actual tearing and breaking) of the hair due to it getting caught on stuff like chairs, in doors, you sitting on it, whatever. :)
     
  7. toolmaggot

    toolmaggot Nuts Go Here.

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    So sorry. I do it for the lulz. Let me put my habit back on and do twenty-five hail marys for showing mirth.

    Good lord, why so pissy?
     
  8. toolmaggot

    toolmaggot Nuts Go Here.

    If anything, it makes it grow slower, because your hair isn't moving around, hence the follicles aren't being stimulated, blood doesn't get to 'em as much, etc etc.

    Though, I mean... you would look SUPER cool with some braids.

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  9. wobblies

    wobblies Member

    Doesn't get much cooler than Coolio. You know, other than the Big Boss Dogg.

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    Fo shizzle, dizzle.
     
  10. toolmaggot

    toolmaggot Nuts Go Here.

    Shhh. Don't say anything funny. You'll get Mr. Big Boy all cranky.
     
  11. ChrisGriffin

    ChrisGriffin Member

    Meh, go ahead ms. i have epic boobs. Jokes don't really bother me, but the semen comment did...
     
  12. Burnt

    Burnt Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    It all depends on Gene's. I have been trying to grow my hair out for 2 years now and i is only shoulder length. Thin hair is one issue my moms side of the family has and does I.

    At least this is what I have found.
     
  13. oops ... keratin not kelp...k;-)
     
  14. I'd probably have to go with Burnt and say that its genes cuz my hair goes pretty fast(as in i have to dye it constantly because my roots come in so fast) and I do nothing but damage it with coloring obviously and hair products straightening it blow drying it and so on and it still grew from my jaw down to my butt in a little over a year and i get about an inch or so cut off every three months. i dunno maybe if you damage the hell outta it like i do it'll grow fast lol :D
     
  15. ChrisGriffin

    ChrisGriffin Member

    Lol, or maybe I'll come back on the forums one day to report I'm completely bald.
     
  16. Angel86

    Angel86 Member

    just make sure you tri a half an inch off of your hair every 3-4 months to keep the dead ends off and use conditioner often. healthy hair grows fast.
     
  17. stacy lulu

    stacy lulu yeeeaah buddy

    eat peanut butter
     
  18. BunnySuit

    BunnySuit Senior Member

    that's how i do my hair, and it seems to draw in all sorts of potential lovers.
     
  19. Therese Aline

    Therese Aline Slave to the man

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