You're Not Getting Trims
This may sound a bit counterproductive, but regularly getting trims is a major key to hair growth. According to Eaddy, it's important to make sure you're trimming your ends often to ensure that any split ends don't worsen and do more damage to the hair strands.
"If the hair is not trimmed frequently or properly, split ends will continue to split up the hair shaft and ultimately cause devastating breakage making it impossible to retain length," she said. "I recommend trims for all of our Her Growing Hands clients every three to four months. For ultimate length retention, I always recommend trimming the hair in its natural layers using a blunt technique so that all of the dead ends can be removed evenly."