Monday, August 13, 2007

Growth Spurt

When I had my last retightening on July 19th, it took my consultant 4 hours to do my hair. During that week this sista was experiencing major sadness and was just out-of-sorts the entire week. So I didn't think much of the time, but my consultant did.

We were exactly 4 weeks out for my retightening, but for some reason my hair had grown a whole lot in the intervening time. She only had to put in one lock that had slipped. (Lucky for me it was one of my locks that had the lint in it.)

My hair tends to grow fast, but it seems my hair was feeling quite healthy between June and July so it grew a lot. During this time I had significantly changed my eating habits and started eating way more fruits and veggies. This month retightening shouldn't be so time consuming because although it has grown, I don't have as much new growth as last month. Yeah!

Have you ever experience a growth spurt? What do you think the cause was for the significant growth?

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At 6:19 PM, Blogger Meikmeika said...

I've never experienced a growth spurt but it's got to be AWESOME!!!

 
At 9:51 AM, Blogger Cashana said...

It is fun to see how much your hair has grown in a short length of time, but it ain't fun when it takes hours upon hours to retighten. When I start doing it myself, growth spurt will probably send me over the edge...

 

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