How to Make Your Hair Grow

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Hair, just like every other part of our body, needs constant care. In fact, hair grows about half an inch per month. You’ve seen many products that promise to make your hair longer and stronger. But in order to achieve your wish, you need to pay more attention to your hair and put it under the right treatment.

One of the most important steps when trying to grow your hair is not to forget to trim the split ends on every 6-8 weeks. It might seem illogical, but if you don’t take care of the split ends, your hair will become unhealthy and might start breaking. If you trim your hair regularly, it will become stronger and split ends will be reduced. The amount of hair that needs to be cut off is about half to one inch.

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If you’re used to washing your hair every day, you should better reconsider that action. Washing your hair every day makes it oilier and more fragile. Four times a week is enough.
Another secret you might not know is that the colder the water you wash your hair with, the better. Cold water makes your hair look shinier and healthier. Hot water makes it susceptible to breakage. Also, using conditioner is a must! Conditioners are full of proteins which help the hair shaft, and they also help your hair replace the lipids. Actually, experts advise us not to use shampoo every time we take s shower. Shampoos can extract the crucial natural oils that keep our hair healthy and soft.

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It’s important to make oil massage on your scalp every week. Experts advise us to use moisturizing hair masks and oils. This is something you use before washing your hair with shampoo. After massaging your hair with an oil mask, you’ll feel the difference immediately. You hair will feel stronger, thicker and softer. You can buy the perfect product from a store, or you can also make it at home. Any kind of oil you like will make wonders with your hair. You can use coconut oil, olive oil, jojoba oil, anything you like.

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It’s very important to minimize the use of heating products, such as hair straighteners, blow dryers, curling irons, etc. They cause a huge damage to your hair and you should try to use them as seldom as possible. But when you do, it’s very important to use hair serums in order to protect your hair from the heat.
Over-brushing also causes damage to your hair. Brushing your hair once or twice a day is enough, unless it’s really necessary to brush it more often. When you go out of the shower and your hair is wet, you must not brush it. Instead, use a wide-tooth comb.

At the end, don’t forget to drink a lot of water and get enough sleep in order to make your hair look healthier. If you use the right treatment for your hair, the results will come very soon.

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5 comments

  1. You said hair can grow up to 1/2 an inch a month but every 6-8 weeks you should trim off 1/2 – 1 inch of hair. That puts you right back where you started or shorter if you have my hair! My hair will not grow long and strong and I never blow it dry nor use heat to style. I only wash my hair 2-3 times a week Max and I have been taking a Biotin supplement and I still feel like my hair is not growing!

    • Evelyn, I swear by trimming too, but if your hair grows slow, and the ends are not damaged or too dry, trim 1/2 inch every 3-4 months. Trimming doesn’t make hair grow faster, just helps it to be healthy and not break off at the ends.
      Try massaging your scalp regularly (with or without oil), take biotin with vitamin B complex for better results, and add some omega 3 fatty acids (like cod liver oil). That always helps me a lot. Got good 4-5 inches in 3 months, and nails are out of control.
      Also, I’m not sure about washing hair regularly- I can see how one can damage hair washing, but at the same time scalp oil, styling products, and all the dirt that lands on us in our busy lifestyles can clog pores, and not let hair follicles be healthy. It’s kind of like not washing the face. I personally wash and style my hair every day with blowdryer, and it is healthy and shiny. Every day might be too extreme for some hair types, so just see how your scalp and hair feels for that one. Heat styling can be ok too with the right dryer and heat protectants/oils (I love Kerastase oils, and Naissant elixir- expensive, but last a long time even on thick long hair).
      Hope this helps. Good luck to you!

    • Evelyn I feel your pain completely. Being a natural Redhead, they used to call me “Reba” back in my high school days. My hair was to my waist, naturally curly & red. It was so thick & healthy. Up until 2 years ago, at the age of 42, I’d never had surgery before, & all of a sudden, I faced 4 major surgeries along with 5 moderate procedures in 9 months, & my hair has truly suffered. It’s now inverted cut, very thin & brittle, & I’m using Nioxin, which is very expensive & what cancer patients use to regrow their hair after chemotherapy. I’m also taking double the amount of Biotin, Colagen Vitamin D2 & B12 Injections. Now all of those times I complained about my hair, I truly regret it more than you can even begin to imagine! Honestly, as a consumer & a previous nurse of 20+ years, I truly do not believe that there is any magic com inaction out there anywhere! If you find out that there is. by all means, PLEASE LET ME KNOW! BEST OF LUCK!

  2. Evelyn try using the horse shampoo it works when you wash your hair.

  3. Just what I needed. 🙂 Hope this will help.

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