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    My hair loves deep conditioning
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    My right side grows notably faster than my left.

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    Clay washes aren't meant for my hair, learned it the hard way aka sticky tangly hair that wasn't gone after 2/3 washes.

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    Olive oil (used as a pre-wash) completely removes my dandruff; I've been using it for 2+ months and I am dandruff free!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjk View Post
    My right side grows notably faster than my left.
    that's what I thought before I changed my style of combing my hair (I learned from indian women with superthick and superlong hair). now my taper grows and I can't wait until I'll have an even hemline... if I wasn't so desperate about every cm my racers gain hehe
    Well I don't have [volume on the] crown because I'm not a queen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leayellena View Post
    that's what I thought before I changed my style of combing my hair (I learned from indian women with superthick and superlong hair). now my taper grows and I can't wait until I'll have an even hemline... if I wasn't so desperate about every cm my racers gain hehe
    What did you learn/do differently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leayellena View Post
    that's what I thought before I changed my style of combing my hair
    Generally speaking I don't comb my hair.

    But I'll admit that you've peaked my curiosity. Please explain this magical hair comb.

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    I don't have greys but bright silver and white blonde hairs. They hide well but I can find them if I look.
    "I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will."

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    That after seven weeks of letting my grey roots grow in, they didn't bother me as much as I thought they would. Pity I stocked up on tons of hair color which I cannot use until these chemical sensitivities resolve.

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    I learned the hard way that my hair just cannot handle colour. I thought that since I knew how to make it stay super healthy when it was virgin, colour would be nbd. I was tired of my slightly lightened ends and dyed it dark brown all over a year and a half ago, and now I have split ends all over the dyed lenght and it tangles really easily. If I want colour I'll need to keep it short.
    Starting to grow again! Currently at BSL, and going with the flow Fan of natural products and benign neglect
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