Faster Hair Growth Tips

“If you cut your hair frequently, your hair will grow in faster, longer, and healthier”. Forget about that ! Cutting your hair only makes it shorter, does not affect the growth rate one iota, and cannot determine the length that your hair will grow to. Maximum hair length is determined by the shape and width of the hair shaft, and that is determined genetically and is not alterable with current technology. Growing long hair is easy when you’re young. That’s because your hair hasn’t yet been damaged by styling or coloring. Hormonal changes can also impact hair’s health, but long hair can be had at any age with a little patience. If you want to go from a short Bob to long flowing locks instantly than you do have some options, but depending on a variety of factors, they may be limited. Your best bet for overnight long hair is to consider hair extensions. The first step to growing long, beautiful hair is by far the most important. It is absolutely non negotiable for anyone who wants healthy hair at any length, but it is also by far the hardest step you will have to follow. In order to have long healthy hair you absolutely have to start with healthy hair. You must cut off every inch that is damaged. If you are going for extreme length, from that point on you will have to treat your hair like delicate, antique lace at all times. Remember, once your hair is at your waist the ends can be as many as six years old. Your hair will go through a lot of trauma in six years no matter how careful you are with it. You *must* start out with healthy hair to have healthy hair when it’s long, there’s no way around it.
The right vitamins and minerals play a major role in keeping your hair healthy. Any nutritional deficiencies can lead to thinning hair or even total baldness. Vitamins for hair can speed hair growth and rejuvenate dead hair follicles. This is especially true when you combine a quality hair supplement with a topical agent (shampoo or serum) and use both as part of a complete hair care program for fast growing hair. Don’t use any harsh chemicals on your hair. Definitely no perms and no peroxide! If you must color, use non peroxide color or henna (but not if you have very dry hair… henna tends to be drying but does help to “plump up” fine hair). Hair color with low peroxide is more tolerable, but using these products again and again will eventually affect the health of your hair, it is unavoidable. No perming or straightening ever for any reason. These chemicals actually break down the structure of your hair and rebuild it. Don’t do it. Don’t constrict your hair with tight bands, hats, braids and the like. These could lead to split ends and hair breakage. Don’t smoke, drink in moderation, eat a varied diet and take vitamins, especially B12. Use weekly deep conditioning treatments, and long steady brush strokes to transfer natural hair oils from scalp to ends. It’s a long process, but if long hair is your goal, you can have it.


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