This seems to be the main topic of conversation this week. How many of us have had a great idea about a new haircut or fresh bangs only to hate the new look the moment we look in the mirror. The scene fast forwards to googling every hack available to grow hair REAL FAST. I have been guilty of doing this many times.
Fortunately, healthy hair usually grows like a weeds. At least I pray for this to happen every time. I have researched and tried a few different approaches to this dilemma!
The average person’s hair grows a quarter of an inch per month. I cant say for sure if these methods will work the same for each person but we can try. And while there isn’t one miracle cure for faster hair growth, there are several steps you can take to help speed up the process. Im the kinda girl that has to TRY!
Stick to healthy hair diet.
Whole grains, along with foods rich in calcium and the amino acid cysteine all promote hair growth. Cysteine is found in foods including poultry, eggs, red peppers, garlic, onions, Brussels spouts, yogurt, oatmeal, and broccoli. And if you prefer to stay away from supplements like the ones mentioned above, you can get your biotin from nuts (especially almonds and peanuts) egg yolks, soybeans, and fish.
Vitamins containing biotin (along with iron and folic acid), which is said to Healthy and fast hair growth. Biotin will not only help your hair grow longer faster, but your skin and nails will reap the benefits too. Of course, it is best to consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking a new type of vitamin supplement.
Indulge in a scalp massage- One of my Personal Favourites
Giving yourself an at-home scalp massage increases blood flow to the scalp, which helps nutrients get to your follicles more quickly. So when you’re shampooing or rinsing your hair, try massaging your head with your fingertips to stimulate hair growth. End this process by wrapping a warm towel around your head after for the SPA effect.
I have heard that split ends could lead to breakage, which makes maintaining your length difficult. To avoid split ends and breakage, keep heat styling and processing to a minimum, and use only non-damaging hair elastics.
Just be patient and those locks will grow -)
I really hope these tips help you.
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