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Can my fried and dyed hair still grow?

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So for the past two years I straightened my hair nearly everyday at times I would get board and style my straightened hair with a straightener and just play with it for a while the wash it and flat iron it once again for school.. Eventually I started dying it I bleached the entire right half of my hair blonde then I dyed it blue then green and bleached it blonde again within two months finally I dyed it red and liked it a lot and decided to do my entire head.. It came out uneven so I dyed it black and left it in too long and fried my hair and now I feel like my hair isn’t growing

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  1. knowitall on May 14, 2013

    Your hair is going to grow regardless but because you overprocessed it and use so much heat so often it will break off. If it does that, it will seem like it’s not growing.Another possibility is that you caused yourself chemical burns to your scalp and it may have affected the way your hair grows.

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  2. stevec on May 14, 2013

    Possibly, when your hair dies it takes a lot longer to grow back. I completely fried my hair from bleaching and highlighting my hair in 2011 so I know it is really hard to fix it. Truth is my hair was so dead there was no fixing it, I tried oil treatments, eggs, different conditioners. it came to me getting my long hair chopped off to my ears. I was shocked as anyone with long hair would be, but in just a few months my hair started growing like crazy. I now only do my hair if I am going out somewhere, try to use sulfate free shampoos and leave in conditioners, and always use heat spray if you are styling your hair with ANY heat. Don’t blow dry your hair if you don’t have to, and when you hair is wet try to not brush your hair but use a wide comb or wait until it is almost dry. also, don’t wash your hair everyday, it takes a way good oils your hair needs. Any chance you can wear your hair up and braids are really in so play around and see what your hair an do with out heat. Good luck.

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  3. Kitty Pie on May 14, 2013

    Your hair will still grow, just slower because of all the dead ends you probably have. I did something like this to my hair too. I’m using total 5 repair stuff http://www.lorealparisusa.com/en/Brands/Hair-Care-Styling/Advanced-Haircare/Total-Repair-5.aspx My hair is actually starting to heal and grow faster. Also, try not to use heat on your hair as much try braiding it at night and leaving it in while you sleep so you have waves when you wake up and then just put some mousse in it so it doesn’t frizz or anything. All that stuff should help your hair heal and grow faster ^_^ hope i could help

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  4. Munchkin on May 14, 2013

    It will grow. There isn’t much that can make it stop all together. I have dyed my hair by myself and screwed up about three times in six months. It’s growing! Your hair is fine people have done worse as ling as the roots arent damaged it will grow out.

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  5. One Heart on May 14, 2013

    yes, but you need to stop using the flat iron, you need to get some trims and try pro naturals moroccan argan oil which helps to repair the damaged hair.

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  6. Honey Sugar on May 14, 2013

    Possibly

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  7. oO on May 14, 2013

    of course it still grows.

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  8. Liza on May 14, 2013

    yes

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