Training hair to grow in a certain direction

So you have taught your dog to sit, stay eat on demand amoughst other cool tricks and you are one of those people who likes control in life and yet your bangs are facing north 24/7 and you can’t seem to get them to behave. Can you train hair to move into a different direction?

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Now there is several ways to encourage hair to move in certain directions which we will explain.

1. Cutting the hair in a certain way either removing or increasing weight around a certain problem area can encourage change of movement depending on the hair.

2. Product can help, whilst it’s not going to solve it without effort it may help.

3. Hair grows internally ( under your skin and the direction it grows out of your scalp in determined by the direction the root is facing so no amount of tugging or encouragement is going to change it!

4. If you have had a centre part for example for years and suddenly moved it and cut it short. The weight may have pulled the follicle into the centre part over time with the weight of the hair. After several washes 2-3 days the line will be gone.

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Is it true parkour is not “let’s go to the park or?” It’s actually a sport

Ok you got me, of course we knew it’s a sport, we do it getting out of bed like every day. Nope that’s bollocks we don’t.

What is interesting about the sport that has to do with hair is this. It uses the weight and speed of movement to best transfer you from A to B to C to D without using excessive force. So basically it’s using your own body weight and flow of movement to transport you.

Now our technique of cutting it similar we use the adding or removal of weight to manipulate the movement of hair naturally without using excess force.

Basically we are the Parkour masters of hair, yes we are.