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    I usually get my hair thinned out because I naturally have very thick hair. I'm indian. Before I went to university, I got my hair thinned out but the hairdresser thinned it out a bit more than I usually prefer.

    I thought this would ok, because usually after my hair is thinned it thickens out almost straight away. But my hair doesnt seem to be thickening at all, and it is now January! Does anyone know why this could be? I miss my thick luscious locks!


    thinning your hair would not cause it to not grow back as thick as before, as your routes start to grow through you'll notice it will just look as it did before.

    I had my hair thinned too much once and you don't really notice the difference for a few months.

    Of course I can not give a guarantee but unless something is done directly to the scalp or you damage your routes through chemicals/hair products, your hair will grow through thick and healthy as before

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