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prettyfuljaqui asked:

15 Sep 2011

How To Make My Hair Longer? FASTER!!

Ive cut my hair way too many times and short! Plus my hair is wavy curly so its a little hard to deal with when short!! AHHH Help!

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xxgeenalivelyxx

xxgeenalivelyxx says:

Posted on 16 Sep 2011

i actually had the same situation, including the wavy/curly! :)
In you pic is how short I had it 2 years ago, I kept cutting it and using heated straightener and it damaged my hair.
The best way for your hair to grow faster is to make sure you wash it, get it trimmed maybe once every 3 months and LIMITED use of any styling tools that use heat!
hope this helps and good luck!

brittanyy

brittanyy says:

Posted on 30 Sep 2011

Biotin or Prenatal Vitamins!

111991

111991 says:

Posted on 19 Nov 2011

Get the right amounts of all nutrients that keep hair healthy. Vitamins A, C and E and the B-complex vitamins all prevent excessive hair loss. These are found mainly in fresh fruits and vegetables and in whole grain products. The minerals zinc and selenium, found in foods like meat and nuts, are also important. Hair is made of protein, so make sure you get a healthy amount of protein from meat, nuts, beans and legumes. Also get sufficient omega-3 fatty acids from sources like fish, flaxseeds and walnuts.

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Follow a hair care routine that encourages hair growth. Look for gentle, sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners that won't strip your hair of its natural oils. Once a week, use a purifying rinse, such as a vinegar rinse, to wash away buildup from shampoo and styling products. If left on, this buildup can smother your follicles and slow down hair growth. To style your hair, use only your fingers, a natural bristle brush or a wood pin brush to avoid pulling out or breaking individual hairs.

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Treat your hair with herbal washes. Herbs traditionally used to encourage hair growth include borage, sage, evening primrose, German primrose and rosemary. A study published in the March 1981 edition of the "British Journal of Dermatology" found that German primrose helps hair regrowth in alopecia areata patients. Make an infusion of one of these herbs by steeping the leaves and flowers in hot water and straining out the solids. Massage the remaining liquid into towel-dried hair and leave it on for 20 minutes before rinsing it out.

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Massage your scalp with oil to open follicles and nourish the roots of your hair. Look for scalp massage oil with a base of coconut oil, olive oil, almond oil or avocado oil. You can also obtain these oils in the food-grade forms you find in the grocery store. Massage in the oil before bedtime and wash it out in the morning. If that's not practical for you, apply the oil 20 minutes before you wash your hair.

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Apply a protein treatment once a month. The commercial protein treatments available in drugstores and hair salons treat damaged hair and keep healthy hair soft and shiny. They help you grow long, thick hair by keeping your hair flexible, so it's less likely to break. Some treatments must be left on your hair for around an hour, while others must be left on all day or overnight. Both can be effective, so the choice depends on your preferences.

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Style your hair in ways that don't pull the strands. Tight ponytails, French braids and cornrows all pull the hair away from the scalp, causing some hair to fall out prematurely. Over time, this will make your hair thinner and shorter. You may also end up with a receding hairline. Save your hair by letting it hang freely or choose a gentler style, such as a loose braid.

Read more: How to Grow Long, Thick Hair | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5121927_grow-long-thick-hair.html#ixzz1eAMHFp8I

xxgeenalivelyxx

xxgeenalivelyxx says:

Posted on 16 Sep 2011

Also! Make sure to eat healthy!
http://catherineowen.suite101.com/five-foods-to-eat-for-healthy-hair-a85743

prettyfuljaqui

prettyfuljaqui says:

Posted on 16 Sep 2011

Thank you! ^-^

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