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    Default Re: Being super fine will I be able to grow long pretty hair?

    I was also told that as mine is fine also,but in my 20's/30's had it to tailbone and had it BSL most of my younger life,now at 60 am a bit past waist.So fine hair does grow long!Just give it tender loving care as due to being fine it will break/damage easier.Avoiding dyes, brushing[I use a wide tooth comb instead of a brush]hot blowdyers and flat irons really helps.
    Last edited by dulce; May 12th, 2012 at 11:36 AM. Reason: grammar

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    Default Re: Being super fine will I be able to grow long pretty hair?

    Adding my voice to the chorus... mine's around waist length now, and I've never had any trouble growing it long.

    Convincing it to STAY in updos, yes, grow long, no.

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    Default Re: Being super fine will I be able to grow long pretty hair?

    I never had trouble either growing it long. My ends were reasonable even when I took little care of it and wore it down all day. When wearing it up however the damage done is less of course and the only reason I ever chopped back to shorter lengths wasn't because of the bad state my ends were in, but because of the annoyment that it got so long that it wasn't fun anymore to wear it down. So yeah, it can get really long even when it is fine. Mine is 2.75 inches thick and babyfine. However it won't be the same for everyone, several factors influence the outcome. I am lucky I have good hair genes as in, my hair grow quite fast and it has a long cycle, doesn't shed much.
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    Default Re: Being super fine will I be able to grow long pretty hair?

    I have fine hair that I wear down almost every single day, and I'm having no trouble at all growing it out. So my answer is 'yes'.

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    Default Re: Being super fine will I be able to grow long pretty hair?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hollyfire3 View Post
    I wonder how this works? Has it increased your ponytail at all? Very intresting and glad you found something that works!
    Yeah I'm wondering too, because my circumference is 5.7 cm, which is really not much at all. Do you mean onion seasoning powder or seasoned onions?

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    Default Re: Being super fine will I be able to grow long pretty hair?

    Zepphead...your hair in your avatar is just gorgeous...As another Fine i/ii, your hair is to DIE FOR, no matter what! Keep growing!

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    Default Re: Being super fine will I be able to grow long pretty hair?

    Quote Originally Posted by catamonica View Post
    My hair is fine & thick.
    But you have your hairtype listed as M for medium thickness, not F for fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeppHead View Post

    I have had stylists tell me layers will help and keep it shoulder length but I don't like it that way.
    Just wanted to reply to this one comment - I too have had many hair stylists recommend layers, or thinning for my fine (and straight) hair "to help give it body". Well, it just means less hair further down the length which doesn't give it more body, it makes it look thinner than it is.

    (There is bound to be a thread about this somewhere, but I don't recall where sorry) Since reading info here on the LHC I won't ever be getting my hair thinned again.

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    Default Re: Being super fine will I be able to grow long pretty hair?

    Quote Originally Posted by MsBubbles View Post
    But you have your hairtype listed as M for medium thickness, not F for fine.
    It is possible to have both FINE and Thick hair. I have lots of fine hairs growing very densely on my head, hence having thick head of hair. Fine means the individual hair size and thickness refers to the diameter of ponytail size.

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    Default Re: Being super fine will I be able to grow long pretty hair?

    Quote Originally Posted by drquartz1970 View Post
    It is possible to have both FINE and Thick hair. I have lots of fine hairs growing very densely on my head, hence having thick head of hair. Fine means the individual hair size and thickness refers to the diameter of ponytail size.
    Catamonica's userinfo: 1a / M / i/ii

    Yet in her post she describes her hair as fine and thick. M is not fine, and i/ii is not thick.

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