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Thread: Calling all who are growing shoulder to APL!

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    Default Re: Calling all who are growing shoulder to APL!

    Quote Originally Posted by paulownia View Post
    Looks healthy to me, though I have an impression that your waves are too layered. That would explain sticking-out bits.
    Are you cutting your hair yourself?
    With good styling you will have gorgeous waves
    I got a cut at a crappy, cheap place in October and she butchered me. I asked for a trim to shoulder length... It was chin length and layered. Sigh.

    Quote Originally Posted by ReadingRenee View Post
    InTheCity It's hard to tell with your sideways picture but I think we are about the same length! My hemline is actually really hard to get a good picture of too. I have to take many pictures to get a decent hemline. I hear you about scraggly waves with some hair that gets long. That was exactly the case when I grew my hair out last time. This time I'm really focusing on wearing it up, oiling, and micro trimming starting around APL to try to not have that happen.
    Good luck! I hope we can both maintain some thickness. I'm taking viviscal and do NOT plan on pregnancy or stopping or starting any hormonal birth control so should be able to maintain a normal shed schedule. Fingers crossed.

    Quote Originally Posted by SleepyTangles View Post

    Actually those curls look so nice and fluffy!
    They look so soft and cloudy. I personally see consistent tapering just in the last centimeter or two... I think it doesn't look bad at all.

    To be fair, in order to get rid of my layers, I sacrificed a lot of growth. I think I snipped off almost half of my yearly growth. I think it was worth it, but the setback is undeniable.
    Thanks! I think I'll need to trim layers out eventually too but so far giving up heat and elastics seems to have really prevented a lot of breakage/split ends so I'm holding steady with no cuts for now

    Quote Originally Posted by Bat View Post
    I think it looks good too and I’m thinking you just need more length to really see how your waves will turn out
    Thanks I agree. My mom has similar hair and her hair care routine is literally shampoo, comb, ponytail to dry and it always looks amazing.
    These pics were about 10 years ago... Trying again from similar to that short pic.

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    Default Re: Calling all who are growing shoulder to APL!

    It's only a bit more than a month since I called shoulder and my hair is already reaching my shoulderblades! I feel like this length will be a breeze for me to get through.

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    Default Re: Calling all who are growing shoulder to APL!

    Very exciting, my hair is slow and some what shedding D: at least it is still growing

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    Default Re: Calling all who are growing shoulder to APL!

    I haven't been very talkative in this thread lately, but I have been lurking around and cheering on everyone's progress Love reading yalls updates!!
    Passed collarbone and making it's way down to APL!!!
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    Default Re: Calling all who are growing shoulder to APL!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bat View Post
    Very exciting, my hair is slow and some what shedding D: at least it is still growing
    Getting past shoulder was the hardest part for me, so I hear you. Once you get past that, it's so much easier to deal with your hair.

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