How Much does Your Hair Grow in a Year?

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The average human's hair will grow more than 12 inches in a year. Human hair growth varies greatly from person to person. Some humans hair grows much slower.
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Although how much your hair grows in a year may vary from person to person, the average rate for most people is about 1/2 inch per month. So, your hair grows about 6 inches per year. However, as stated before this can be different for some people. You can find more information here: www.hairboutique.com
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The best way to grow your hair out is to eat a proper diet and get adequate nutrition. Also, trim off any damaged hair or ends so that it will stay strong.
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1. Don't cut your hair. The first thing you need to do to get a surfer look is to have longer hair. If you have short hair, let it grow out. If you have longer hair, let it grow out
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1. Dispel the notion that growing your hair out means never cutting it. You will still want to have your hair trimmed to keep it healthy and give it some shape. Spacing out your trims
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1. Drink eight to 10 glasses of water a day to keep your hair hydrated. Dry and brittle hair will often break and become damaged. 2. Take multivitamins to help nourish your hair and
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