While how long hair can grow is more or less genetically predetermined, Dermatologist Heather Woolery-Lloyd has previously told Allure that cutting back on heat styling is a must for growing hair longer, and anyone who has ever over-bleached their hair can tell you all about the breakage that often comes with it. "I have wanted my hair to grow back long again, ever since I was on shake it they cut it real short one day.. and then put in extensions to match it back to its original length," Thorne explains, referring to the show Shake It Off, in which she starred from 2010 to 2013.
On Saturday, November 23, Thorne posted a video to Instagram in which she's in the shower, playing with her wet hair and showing off how it now reaches the middle of her back — a triumph she thought may never happen again. "In August of last year my hair was cut up to my neck and shoulders for a movie… and it seemed like it wasn’t growing back… but now look how long it is!! " Thorne wrote in the caption.
That experience made a huge impact on how she felt about her hair, but now she's finally gotten back to the length and look she's wanted for years. "It took me a very long time to not feel insecure without exts or heat or whatever… but now look at how long it is.
"It seemed like it wasn’t growing back, but now look how long it is!" https://t.co/VPDJcucttG— Allure (@Allure_magazine) November 24, 2019
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