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hilwe2004 asked:

18 Dec 2008

I want to make my hair as long as possible and healthy at the same time.

Can someone please help me with growing my hair very long! I am obsessed with making long i want it to be like vanessa hudgens( well before she cut it short) or like miley cirus. i like how long mileys hair is in this pic.




killahhh_d says:

Posted on 18 Dec 2008

take vitamins.actually prenatal vitamins have a lot of folic acid which supports hair growth.


angelscrush says:

Posted on 18 Dec 2008

Yep, prenatal vitamins.


arikarei says:

Posted on 18 Dec 2008

Even though it sounds odd, getting a trim every 6-8 weeks promotes hair growth, and it makes sure that any split-ends are taken care of!


superstar512 says:

Posted on 19 Dec 2008

I know that reading long articles are sometimes boring but this helped me growing out my hair:

Tips for Growing Long Hair

If you are what tips for growing long hair then this article is meant for you. No special products are required to grow hair. Vitamins help in some instances and overall diet is a consideration. There are a number of steps that can be taken to avoid damage. In general, however, there are more things not to do to grow hair, make quicker progress with the growth, and keep your hair healthy than there are things to do.

Anyone interested in growing long hair, especially at extreme lengths, should be aware that hair has a genetic terminal length. This realization comes with a simple answer to the question, How does hair grow? Hair is a shaft of protein, essentially keratin that pushes outward from follicles in the skin. Only the follicle itself is alive. The hair shaft is dead protein.

The normal rate to grow hair in humans is half an inch a month and the average human has approximately 100,000 hairs on their head. A single hair, in the absence of damage, can live four to five years before falling out and being replaced by a new hair.

Given those growth figures, a single hair would be anywhere from two feet to two and a half feet long by the end of its life. Many people, however, are able to grow their hair to lengths that hang below their knees. It's all a matter of genetics. Your hair cannot grow longer than your genetic make-up and the resulting programming of the follicles will allow. There's nothing you can do about that.

Long Hair Growing Tips: Do's and Don'ts

So, what are the things you can do to grow longer hair faster? The basic tips involve diet and nutrition, life habits, methods of hair care, and product selection. Above all, steps should be taken to prevent damage, extreme dryness, and breaking of the hair. Your hair must be healthy when you begin to grow it out and you must maintain that health at all times.

Nutrition and Supplements

Avoid crash diets. They stress the body and the effects appear in all the body's systems. Remember that hair is nothing more than a-keratin protein (90% with the remaining 10% being water.) A low protein diet can cause the hair to thin and will certainly slow its growth.

If you are in a phase of actively trying to grow out your hair, you may want to supplement your protein intake with liver. Some nutritional experts also recommend brewer's yeast, wheat germ, and granulated lecithin to help your body process the protein. Visit your local health food store and ask to speak to a counselor who will help you make good choices about diet and the use of supplements. When you are trying to grow hair, vitamins help.

In fact, thanks to the poor quality of the modern diet, everyone can benefit from a daily multi-vitamin, mineral supplement. The B and E vitamins are good for your hair as are zinc, sulfur, and magnesium. Also make sure your multi-vitamin includes biotin. To get more B vitamins from your diet, eat beans, peas, carrots, cauliflower, soybeans, bran, nuts, and eggs. Avocados, nuts, seeds, and olive oil contain the E vitamins.

Avoid foods that are greasy and fatty. They will disrupt your digestive system and potentially make your scalp and hair more oily. Minimize your intake of salt as it will raise your blood pressure and affect blood circulation in your scalp. (Male pattern baldness has been linked to high blood pressure.) Avoid pre-processed foods that are full of chemical additives and fast foods. A well-balanced diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables that is also high in protein is your best ally in your quest to grow long, beautiful hair.


The physical stresses on your hair are also an important consideration. Only use brushes with natural boar bristles and choose wide-toothed combs. Both are good at distributing the natural oils in your skin from the scalp down to the ends of your hair.

Throughout the day use your comb to prevent tangles in your hair. If tangles do occur, work at them in small sections starting at the end of the hair and working your way up. Never back comb or tease your hair. Always work in downward, even strokes. If a tiny knot simply will not work out, it is best to cut it out.

Before you shampoo, comb or brush your hair to remove loose hairs and to straighten out tangles. If your hair has a tendency to be dry, the old tried and true daily brushing with one hundred strokes will help as it is a technique to distribute oils from your scalp down the length of your hair.

Split Ends

With long hair, damage travels up from the ends. Trim your hair often. If you have reached the desired length and are in a maintenance stage, take off half an inch a month. If you are still growing your hair out, remove half an inch every three or four months.

In between those major trims, sit in a bright light and examine your hair for split ends. (When a split end develops, the hair literally unravels and will look frizzy.) Use just the tips of sharp scissors to remove the damaged end of the individual hair. Hair with this kind of damage breaks easily and much more length will be lost in that fashion than in simply monitoring and snipping your split ends.

Stresses to the Hair

The natural tossing and turning of sleep will create damaging friction against your hair if you sleep with it down. Use a satin pillow case and put your hair in a loose braid or in a soft sleep cap.

Heated appliances like blow dryers, hot rollers, curling irons, flat irons, and crimpers are strictly forbidden. No steaming hot showers and no vigorous rubbing of your hair with a towel. All of these things place major stress and friction on your hair. The heated items will dry out your hair and make it more brittle and in some instance place physical stress on the hair shafts by altering their shape. The same is true of overly hot water while shampooing and of the friction caused by vigorous rubbing with a towel.

Consideration should also be given as to the wisdom of using hair fasteners. Never use rubber bands because they tear at the hair when removed and damage the outer cuticle layer which makes the hair more susceptible to tangling. Anything with rough or sharp edges and hinges in which the hair can become caught is a bad idea as are items with Velcro and springs. Soft scrunchies and chopstick-like "hair sticks" are much better choices.

Avoid tight braids and pony tails. When you pull your hair to achieve these styles you are placing stress at the roots that are already bearing the weight of your long hair. Anything you do that causes hair to fall out or to be pulled out should be stopped immediately and not repeated.

Good Luck!!!!!:D

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