It will continue to grow for a short time after death.
Yes. The part of the hair you see above skin level is dead tissue.
Yes... It's not like a plant, it's like your nails. It's made at the roots and the hair you see is technically dead.
Facial hair does grow back on most people. Facial hair does grow at different rates and thicknesses for each person.
Short hair does not grow faster than long hair. Short hair only seems to grow longer than long hair because of the ratio of hair that is growing compared to the overall length.
One way to grow hair faster is to stimulate the scalp extensively. This can be done when brushing the hair.
it does grow.
Normally yes, but if you happen to be dead at the time of the trimming of the hair then as long as you're dead, your hair will not grow back.
No. Hair is dead. Hair follicles are the only alive part of the hair. They're what grow and contribute their dead cells to hair growth.
It doesn't necessarily grow faster, but it does grow healthier. Instead of growing dead ends, its grow stronger hair.
no but it stays intact.
nails and hair!
No. Nor does it grow when you are dead, although this has long been a myth; that hair continues to grow after death when really, it is merely the skin and flesh that is shrinking creating the illusion of hair growth.When a hair dies, it usually falls out.
No, only your hair and finger nails.
the hair on your head will still grow, but the hair you cut off from your head will not. Hair is just dead skin cells, so when it isn't attached to something feeding it more cells, it will not grow
Sorry, but you just can't make your hair grow faster. Hair is made up of dead cells.
Sadly, the previous answer was incorrect. Scientists say that the hair and nail of a dead person grow about an inch then stop.
u get the dead ends of ur hair cut off