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    I have Houdini-hair TatsuOni's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by LakshmiAura View Post
    It's great to know someone else has started from extremely short hair. How long did it take you to reach your current length?
    More than 12 years, but that's only because I, among other things trimmed away bleach twice.


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    New Member LakshmiAura's Avatar
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    Oh frailty, thy name is bleach!! Haha I'm pretty amazed my poor scalp survived years of bleaching, trimming it all off really seems to be the only way to recover the hair, Olaplex be damned.

    It's very cool that you've stuck with it this long, your hair looks positively legendary!!

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    Grow, grow, here we grow! Sarahlabyrinth's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forum - LHC is awesome! Enjoy your hair growing journey!
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    Welcome ��
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    I've been watching this site for a while now and finally decided to join myself. A few years I had BSL hair, but then my family and I did the "Be Brave and Shave" after my uncle was diagnosed with one of the blood cancers (he is perfectly fine now). Ever since then I've always had short hair. The longest it got after the shave (I went down to a number 1 clipper cut) was shoulder length. I'm a serial Dyer, constantly going between colours. So as a last hurrah I've bleached the ends of my pixie cut and will keep the colour to that (hopefully) my now im putting in actual effort and will power to grow out my hair, We will have to see what curls I can keep with the length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueOwl View Post
    I've been watching this site for a while now and finally decided to join myself. A few years I had BSL hair, but then my family and I did the "Be Brave and Shave" after my uncle was diagnosed with one of the blood cancers (he is perfectly fine now). Ever since then I've always had short hair. The longest it got after the shave (I went down to a number 1 clipper cut) was shoulder length. I'm a serial Dyer, constantly going between colours. So as a last hurrah I've bleached the ends of my pixie cut and will keep the colour to that (hopefully) my now im putting in actual effort and will power to grow out my hair, We will have to see what curls I can keep with the length.
    Welcome! Congratulations on your first post!
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    I have Houdini-hair TatsuOni's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by LakshmiAura View Post
    Oh frailty, thy name is bleach!! Haha I'm pretty amazed my poor scalp survived years of bleaching, trimming it all off really seems to be the only way to recover the hair, Olaplex be damned.

    It's very cool that you've stuck with it this long, your hair looks positively legendary!!
    Thank you! I've learned a lot during these years, like staying away from bleach and chemical dyes


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