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Why Some Curly Girls Don’t Grow Their Natural Hair

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Do you ever feel as though you're struggling to grow out your curls? If so, you're not alone. There are a lot of reasons why curly girls struggle or choose not to grow out their natural curls. This is why some curly girls don't grow their natural hair. Sometimes they don't know how to take care of their strands, or they believe their curls aren't beautiful. However, we're here to help you through a curl growth rut.

Why Some Curly Girls Don't Grow Their Natural Hair


Why Some Curly Girls Don't Grow Their Natural Hair

You think it won't grow:

There are a lot of naysayers out there surrounding long natural curls. Don't let yourself be one of them. If you think it won't grow, you might end up psyching yourself out.  Turn this rut around by developing a firm belief in yourself and your curls.

You lack patience:

You're going to see that it takes a long time to achieve length with curly hair. The tighter the coil, the longer it seems to take. This is because the hair coils back onto itself, so it takes longer to see significant growth. Additionally, if you're contemplating going back to a shorter style or using chemical treatments on your curls, try to distract yourself. Good hair takes time to grow and maintain.

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You're envious of other's curls:

There is zero benefit to be had by being envious of other curly girls' hair. Everyone has their unique curl pattern and type, as well as their unique struggles with strands. Everyone's hair grows at their own rate, so you can't benchmark against anyone else. Your journey to long curls is as unique as you are.

You give up too fast:

If you're finding yourself skipping steps of your curl care regimen or you're tossing out your products after they don't work once or twice, you might be giving up too fast. Instead of throwing it all out or skipping steps, sit down and write out your process. Take notice of what is or isn't working, as well as which products are successful for you.

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