Getting a new haircut is something we can always do, especially when we chop our long locks to get a trendy bob or a flattering pixie cut. But how long does it take to grow out your hair? While certain genes play a great role here, there are also precious beauty tips you can follow to make your long hair grow faster while also keeping it healthy and beautiful. Below, we discuss some interesting secrets and techniques that you should adopt to see the best results!
Try Castor Oil
Nothing can help you grow long hair faster than using natural products, oils being the best options you can try. Castor oil will not only nourish your hair, but will also protect your scalp due to its unique antifungal properties. Moreover, castor oil is also the go-to product when it comes to finding the most effective natural products for making eyelashes grow.
Mind your Diet
The way you eat has a big connection to the way you look, and while eating right is important for not gaining extra weight and feeling healthy, it also boosts hair growth and impacts the state of your skin as well. Hydrating yourself is important, but don’t forget to eat foods that are rich in vitamins D and E, iron, folate and omega-3, which are number one ingredients for keeping your hair healthy and shining.
Wash Your Hair Right
Washing your hair too often isn’t a good idea either, and you could at least look to Kim Kardashian’s hair care secrets for a piece of advice. She washes her hair every five days, which is why she has such healthy-looking and glowing locks. Although this may sound a bit weird and a hard routine to stick too, it’s a better idea not to wash your hair every single day to avoid problems with dry scalp, instead washing it every 2 days or at least using dry shampoo every now and then. Another important rule to follow is to always condition your hair in order not to deprive it from all the necessary oils that make it grow faster.
Reduce Heat and Chemical Damage
Of course, always having beautiful hairstyles is important if you want to look your best on a daily basis, however, try to reduce the amount of heat and chemical damage you cause to your locks. Instead of blow-drying your hair, try to air-dry it whenever you have time to, and when you go out in the sun, it’s a good idea to wear a summer hat. Although you may like to follow the latest trends in hair colors, at least try to keep the hair dye away from the roots in order not to damage the hair scalp and keep you hair growing.
Trim Your Hair Regularly
I know, this might be the hardest tip to stick to for you, as you might be measuring every inch of your hair, however, trimming your hair occasionally and getting rid of the split ends will not only boost the hair growth, but will also give a fresh and healthy look to your locks. Dry, split ends harm the health of your hair, but also make it look lifeless and unflattering no matter how long your hair is.
Stay Away from Harmful Ingredients In Hair Products
All-natural and organic hair products are the best when it comes to good hair care, however, if you can’t afford this or can’t find the right products, at least read the ingredients of the shampoo you buy, trying to pick the ones that have fewer harmful ingredients or better that have none. Alcohol, SLS or sodium lauryl sulfate, fragrances, propylene glycol, PEG or polyethylene glycol, aminomethyl propanol, synthetic colors, coal tar and mineral oil are the most harmful ingredients that a hair product may contain, so try to stay away from products that feature them.
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