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Thread: Starting with a shaved head, a journey to tailbone length?

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    Default Re: Starting with a shaved head, a journey to tailbone length?

    Thank you all for the warm welcome Patience is something I have yet to learn but here's to trying

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    Member Nox_Inber's Avatar
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    Default Re: Starting with a shaved head, a journey to tailbone length?

    Welcome! You get to start your growth basically from virgin hair so I bet it'll be in amazing condition as you grow it out

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    Default Re: Starting with a shaved head, a journey to tailbone length?

    Hello welcome

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    Default Re: Starting with a shaved head, a journey to tailbone length?

    Hi and welcome! Everyone has some really great tips. If I had to add something in it would be just enjoy every length because it is a process. And also take the time to really listen to your hair being that it is so short you have such a great starting point
    Happy growing!
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    Default Re: Starting with a shaved head, a journey to tailbone length?

    Hi and welcome! I restarted with a buzz cut after a serious scalp problem & kept it in a style similar to what you show in the picture for about a year and have since been regrowing (now at APL). Everyone’s hair is different, so pay attention to what is and isn’t working for you. Don’t forget about nutrition (I lost 3/4 of my hair during a bout of malnutrition from a health condition several years ago).


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