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Patience is still a virtue :-)

Hi there,
 Does it seem to you like your hair is not growing? Are you tired of all the care you take of your hair with no visible results? Are you longing for super healthy waist length hair? If the answer to these three questions is yes then this post is for you. I found these super cute pictures about patience on Instagram ( I just joined!!!!) and I thought to share.



Beautiful ;-)



Preach!


You'll get there some day



It is just a reminder that if we hang in there and do all the necessary things we will achieve whatever healthy hair goal we set for ourselves. So hang in there, your mane will surprise you one of these days :-)



KimB

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  1. your growth seems to be pretty fast though! saw some of your time lapse pics and was impressed

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    1. Thanks a lot. I didn't think so at first but after looking at the pictures again I think my hair growth is not so bad :-)

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  2. so true!. I am learning to enjoy my hair at it's different stages!!

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    1. Right? before you know it you'll be at the next stage so enjoy each stage while it lasts.

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  3. The last pic has got me laughing....My hair grow pretty fast i think i have cut it four times in 3 months.
    www.fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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    1. I thought so when I saw your pictures on Instagram. In no time you'll be at the total bodily engulfment stage :-D

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