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Hair update :-)

Hi guys,
    If you remember, I did the Inversion method in October 2013 with arguable results and I said I would repeat the process in December. I never got around to doing it so I figured I would start in January 2014 and track my progress monthly to see if I can achieve my goal of gaining 6 inches by December. To get my hair ready for inversion I did a length check and here are the results:

Before, just after and 3 months post inversion

Check out the distance from my ear to my fingertip

Some growth right?

I did not do a anything special. I washed once in 2 weeks, finger detangled solely, conditioned, deep conditioned then protective styled with African  threading underneath my wigs. So without depending on Inversion or other growth aids I gained a little more than an inch in 3 months. I dont know if I should be happy or indifferent but I am kinda leaning towards happy. Growth is growth and some growth is better than no growth. I'm kicking off the 2014 inversion trial tonight and i hope to give you an update in 7 days. Wish me some growth ;-)



  1. waoo i see growth..

  2. Your hair looks great!
    Twud be a good tin to see some growth no matter how little. My hair's been d same for years.

    1. Thanks doll, I wish you at least 4 inches this year :-)

  3. wow you've made progress. Looking forward to the update ooo


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