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Darby Shae




01 Jan 1997

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darbyshae asked:

30 Mar 2011

Grow my hair out?

I want to grow my hair out. Some of my acquaintances at school told me to take Biotin- does that work? And are there any other ways to grow it out? I'll put a picture of what it is now, and what I want it to be.

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ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 30 Mar 2011

Okay here are some good tips::::
Stop using heating products (or at least use them less often..and use a heat protectent)
Lot's of protein and just a healthy diet all together
Get some: Hair nail and skin vitamins
Massage your scalp for at least 5 minutes a day
Use a degunking shampoo once a week (all the shampoos you use will block the hair folicle...making it grow slower)
Don't pull up your hair in really high pony tails, buns, etc
Trim your hair every 6 weeks
If you have dandruff, use an anti-dandruff shampoo and brush (dandruff blocks the hair folicle)
Of course get your 8 hours of sleep and 8 glasses of water a day
Exercise can promote blood flow (which promotes hair growth) so exercise a bit too.
And then it is said that horse shampoo (you can get it in wal-mart, rite-aid, etc) will help hair growth too.
Good luck love ;D


jod_mets says:

Posted on 30 Mar 2011

Biotin is a medical supplement I'm pretty sure. But, it is used for preventing and treating biotin deficiency associated with pregnancy, long-term tube feeding, malnutrition, and rapid weight loss. It is also used orally for hair loss, brittle nails, skin rash in infants (seborrheic dermatitis), diabetes, and mild depression.

But I'd try going to good ol' natural way for your hair to grow! You never know the side-effects or the aftermath of those supplements especially if it will become harmful in the future towards your brain/body! Instead of using that try I think it's called "Oodles Oil or Fish Oil" you can get it pill form or liquid - and it doesn't just help your hair. It can also help treat/prevent acne/etc for some. If you'd like to read up on it more here's a site that I just googled: (

My hair is very long, It takes a lot of pampering and dedication to have healthy nice looking hair. Here are some tips I'll tell!:
***1. Vitamins;
-B-VITAMINS! they're important for the health and growth of the hair. Foods rich in B vitamins include beans, peas, carrots, cauliflower, soy beans, nutritional yeast, bran, nuts and eggs. Take a vitamin B-complex and supplement it with the following additional B-vitamins for best results.
-C-VITAMINS! Vitamin C aids in improving scalp circulation. It is important to maintain capillaries that carry blood to the follicles.
-E-VITAMINS! Vitamin E increases oxygen uptake, which improves circulation to the scalp. It improves health and growth of hair. Since hair health is tied to the immune health, vitamin E is believed to stimulate hair growth by enhancing the immune function.

***2. Always, and I mean always try to get a "trim" every three months, just to clean up your ends, no one likes to see split ends on long hair (and it will help it grow). But every person with long hair has them, because it's old hair, duh! (people can easily put special products in their hair to hide their dead ends, but that's just masking the problem not solving it.) People who tell you to get a hair cut every month are crazy - that in no way/shape or form will help your hair grow, it needs time to grow. Three months is perfect to let it get some length, so you don't just end up where you began.

***3. Try not to run your fingers through your hair - it will strip your natural oils.

***4. Try not to buy brushes with the little rubber balls on the end - it will cause you long term damage. Also, just in-case you didn't know: Shampoo comes first than Conditioner - shampoo on scalp and conditioner from shaft down to ends only. Not on scalp.

***5. Healthy diet is the best way to start!!! Remember that a colorful plate usually means you're getting a great meal - except if it's candy or something! You know what I mean!

***6. Heat protection is a must when using heating tools (I'd recommend the "TRESemmé Heat Tamer Spray")

***7. Try getting a leave in conditioner/spray that is good. (I'd recommend: Infusium 23 brand - it's great)

Hopefully that's a good start to your long luscious hair growth. :)
(I don't wear extensions) The first picture is of me 2 months ago, my hair is above my chest when straightened and the second photo I just took for you, it's me now with my hair curled (makes it shorter) and it is past my chest! Yay growth!


rawrygawrgrrr says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2011

im growing my hair out, and when i got it cut it was last march. yea, and it's still not grown out as long as i want it. but here''s some tips:
use heat less often
trim your hair every 6 weeks
wash your hair every day
and so on..


taniahotpurple says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2011

Alright this is actually very helpful.... u can try powdering fenugreek seeds...and storing it in a container..... and every morning on an empty stomach, take half a teaspoon of the powder into a glass of water mix well and drink it all up....!!!it doesn't taste too good....but its worth the try...!!! The seeds contain hormone precursors that replenish hair growth. Additionally, fenugreek seeds are a good source of nicotinic acid and protein. Protein is highly important in rebuilding and strengthening the hair shaft.
I've found it really helpful..!!!but you've got to be patient as it takes about a month to show actual results......!!! good luck..!! =)

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