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You probably noticed that my perimeter is gappy when my hair is all pushed to the back. This is for a variety of reasons: straighter nape hair (curl pattern difference and henna loosening), a less dense nape area, a shorter crown (slower growing and more breakage-prone), and excessive shedding in 2010 with the resultant regrowth. I did a post about this when someone indicated that they thought it was heat damage. I also shared a link to a FB album with pics demonstrating my finer, less dense nape area:
That being said, as I indicated in the comments, I'm scheduled for a trim in a couple of weeks. I'm planning on taking off a couple of inches to bring the longest lengths closer to the bulk of my hair. Then, my plan is to take an inch off of the longest length every 2 months to keep it at the same length. My goal is to get the bulk of my hair at waist length for a full perimeter. As my nape hair is almost straight and my crown is the curliest, if I wear my hair in a WnG, it will always hang longer than the bulk of my hair unless I cut it shorter. As I wear my hair up the majority of the time and can disguise the "mullet" with a TnC, I probably will leave it alone though.
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