The reality on the ground is, your hair grows everyday. What you’re struggling with currently is your inability to retain length. This means that whiles your hair is growing, your ends are breaking at the same rate and this causes the stunted growth you’re seeing.
Now that you know this, there are certain practices that you can do to help you out.
1. Lack of moisture
Hair usually breaks because it lacks moisture. Natural hair feeds off a lot of moisture. The oils from your scalp doesn’t reach the ends of the hair easily and so you need to make sure that the oils are applied directly so they get the necessary moisture needed. Dry hair breaks easily.