Yep, I heard genetics played a part in it but I was hoping that I could squeeze a few more inches out of it.I found this:
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Sometimes, hair growth and health is just dependant on genetics. Everyone has a cycle of hair growth specific to them. Hair stops growing once a certain amount of time has passed, not once it reaches a certain length. Therefore, once the hair has reached the end of its growth cycle, it will no longer grow and will either break off, shed, or be cut off at the hairdresser. Each hair strand has its own growth cycle, which is why we typically have different lengths of hair strands throughout our head. This cycle can last anywhere from two to six years, and no matter how well you treat your hair, cannot be extended simply due to your DNA.
Lots of stuff you can do about making it appear thicker though.
I cut mine just yesterday but just barely. It really needs thinning and I don't know that I have the nerve to get some thinning shears and attempt to do it myself..