In this article we'll be looking at what they don't tell us about fast hair growth.
Well ladies let's be truthful here, we all have searched for tips and tricks to growing your hair faster. And that's were this comes in cause truth is, most of the tips we're told don't actually work for us. I'm involved in this too.
There were times I'd fill my Google history with how to grow long hair faster and the results after I tried them out were far less than I expected.
So here are my 7 tips.
Yup, though it might sound weird but please drink enough water. Water has so many beauty benefits with hair included so take it from me and begin to drink enough water.
2) STOP WASHING YOUR HAIR EVERYDAY
Another thing that might sound weird but please do not for the sake of your hair, shampoo it everyday. When you wash it everyday you strip it of the essential oils it needs to stay moisturized and healthy.
3) TRIM ONLY WHEN NEEDED
If your hair is healthy, there’s no need to trim every 6 weeks. Give your hair a chance to grow! Healthy hair can go months without needing a trim, some hair enthusiasts claim even a year.
4) REDUCE THE DYES
If you want to get serious about growing your hair longer, stop putting it through harsh chemical processes that will stunt growth, dry it out, and promote breakage. Try going natural for a while, at least until you achieve the length you want.
5) MAKE USE OF SILK SCARVES AND PILLOW CASES
When you use cotton pillow cases at night, your hair strands tend to get stuck in them, cutting more of that precious hair growth so silk pillow cases are the best for you. Also if you don't have a silk pillow case, a scarf like the one in the picture is a good alternative. Just tie it on your hair before bed.
5) STOP MIXING ALL SORTS OF PRODUCTS
Now this one is very common. Some people mix different products and apply them without knowing the consequences. As we all know there are chemicals in those products and mixing them all up could damage your hair.
Yup, we tend to overlook this one but please take note of it.If you struggle with dry hair or frizz, try a leave-in conditioner that locks in moisture and keeps your hair hydrated all day. But also note that some hair-care professionals and beauty articles recommend NOT applying conditioner directly to the scalp. Conditioner on the scalp tends to create flyaways and frizz, not to mention causes dandruff and weighs your hair down.
Hope you all enjoyed this article. I'm certain it'll work for you if you practice it all consistently and take note of the do's and don'ts
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