5 How to make your hair grow fast

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Jul. 22
Some of us are blessed with hair that grows quickly and easily, and others may find that their hair tends to take months or even years to build a couple of inches. Hair extensions are always an option for those who desire long hair immediately, but we're going to answer all your questions about why your hair won't grow, provide tips on how to make your hair grow faster, and share our secrets to get long hair fast. 
Why won't my hair grow?
Many factors affect hair, not growing. Hormonal changes, aging, stress, and constant color changes can damage and weaken your hair, causing it to thin, and in extreme cases, fall out. 
Should I get my hair cut more often?
It might sound counterproductive if you want your hair to grow longer, but regular trips to your stylist to get rid of dry, damaged split ends and are necessary for natural, healthy growth. If left uncut, split ends can work their way up the shaft of your hair strand and cause even more breakage.
Shall I use hair supplements?
While many companies promote vitamins or supplements for hair growth, they don't always directly affect hair length. If you are interested in hair supplements, you should look for ingredients such as omega 3, zinc, iron, and vitamin C and D.
What's the science behind it?
We are born with the total amount of hair follicles we will ever have over our lifetime. There may be about 5 million on our body, but our head has about 100,000 follicles. As we age, some follicles stop producing hair, which is how baldness or hair thinning occurs.
Should I change my diet?
The nutrients our body needs for healthy hair and nail growth can be adequately obtained from a proper diet. Ensure you have a healthy balanced diet that includes nutrients that promote healthy hair, skin, and nails overall, such as omega-3 fatty acids, proteins, selenium, and vitamin D.
What can I change right now?
Please give yourself a hot castor oil treatment by massaging the oil into your scalp and applying it to the ends of your strands. Pile your hair on top of your head, cover it with a shower cap, and blast your strands with a blow-dryer for 15 minutes. Feel free to jump in the shower and shampoo and condition as usual. Castor oil is filled with omega-6 fatty acids, vitamin E, proteins, and other nutrients that can penetrate your parched strands and seal your hair shaft to retain moisture. You can also start to rinse your hair with cold water instead of warm when washing your hair. Just like hot water can cause dryness on your skin, it can be damaging to your fro. Rinsing with cold water will help close up the cuticle and strengthen hair follicles pre-styling. Coldwater is best if you can handle it, but lukewarm is the next best thing if you can't. 
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BYE BYE STATIC👋
BYE BYE STATIC👋
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A quick Cheat guide to choosing the right Acid ✨
A quick Cheat guide to choosing the right Acid ✨
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How to Get More Use Out of Your Bright Colors💕
How to Get More Use Out of Your Bright Colors💕
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We stan Pietro in this house 🤡💗
We stan Pietro in this house 🤡💗
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Mermaid Polish🧜‍♀️ Same Brand Dupe?
Mermaid Polish🧜‍♀️ Same Brand Dupe?
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