Hair grows approximately one-half inch in a month. This breaks down to about one-half millimeter of hair growth each day, and approximately 6 inches per year. Hair grows faster or slower based on factors such as age, gen... More »

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Human hair grows about 1/2 inch per month. According to WebMD, hair growth and hair loss both occur randomly, without regard to seasons or cycles. More »

On average, the hair grows to about a 1/2 inch per month. This means that the hair can be grown to approximately 6 inches in a year. More »

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Nappy, or kinky textured hair, grows an average rate of one-quarter to one-half inch per month, the same as any other texture. Taking vitamin supplements claiming to affect hair growth may work to speed up growth, but pr... More »

Hair grows about 1/2 inch per month. If the rest of the scalp hair is long, it may take months or years before a shaved area grows sufficiently to match the rest of the hair. More »

Hair on a human scalp grows as a natural bodily process through cell division, growing an average 0.3 millimeters a day, or a total of 1 centimeter per month. Biological timing staggers natural growth and shed rates in a... More »

Hair grows about one half inch per month, so growing it back from a short haircut can take months or years. There is little that a person can do to make hair grow faster, but eating a healthy diet and avoiding too much s... More »