Hair growth isn't a one-size-fits all situation, but typically you’d see about half an inch of new hair every month or six inches over the year. However, when chemo is involved, things tend to slow down as follicles gradually recover and regrow visible hairs again.
After completing treatments, most people find the start of new hair growth around three to six weeks. Some people may see some growth before they even finish chemo. You might notice that your growth is initially uneven and patchy, with slower growth around the front hairline and crown. On average, it can take anywhere from three to eight months before your tresses are long enough to trim into a chic, short style.