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    Default Re: How about shoulder to BSL? :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Speckla View Post
    What can we do to encourage some major growth? I'm willing to make my hair hot chocolate at night and read it bedtime stories so it'll rest well and grow.
    Hee! Heck, I'm willing to mix it up a Fuzzy Navel or a soothing glass of wine if it means steady (and quick!) growth

    I was at APL, but just cut back to shoulders growing out old color damage. It took me 6 months to get from shoulder to APL previously, I'm hoping with the damage cut off, I can be back there by New Year's
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    Default Re: How about shoulder to BSL? :)

    I'm at collarbone length, and I take hair skin and nails vitamins and monistat treatments twice a week. I'm so impatient!

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    How does monistat work?

    I take Biotin, MSM, and a B complex vitamin already.
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    Default Re: How about shoulder to BSL? :)

    I'm taking biotin as well, and I THINK the growth has increased the tiniest of amounts. I average 2/3"/month and just got 3/4" this past month. But it would've been a spurt based on warm weather, as some people get. I think I was a bit less stressed the past month, too. Despite all the bad things hurricane Ike brought to Texas, I tried to look at our own situation as not too bad; like... an expensive camping trip No power, no work, rarely any phone service.. just lots of puzzles, books, and card games. Not too bad!

    Maybe mental state has more to do with growth than all the vitamins in the world.

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    Default Re: How about shoulder to BSL? :)

    I'm just a smidgen past shoulders, my hair brushes my collarbones when it's dried to its natural funky curly texture. My next goal is to be able to put my hair into a bun, which for me means it needs to be past APL but not quite BSL.

    I take biotin and zinc, plus a prenatal multi, wear my hair up 80% of the time, and do coconut oil treatments twice weekly while avoiding my brush whenever possible. Finger-combing and a new WIDE-toothed comb only!

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    I'm in!

    My goal is BSL. I do microtrims and someday I will get rid of my layers.
    A question: what is MSM?
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    Default Re: How about shoulder to BSL? :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Oskimosa View Post
    Maybe mental state has more to do with growth than all the vitamins in the world.
    I think writing down your goals and surrounding yourself with people who share similar goals such as this forum is very important to achieving your goals. Taking hair vitamins, protecting your hair, putting oils in your hair and keeping it moisturised help as well

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