So have you ever had thisdream of having this perfect length locks? And it seems like your hair just isn't growing as quickly as you'd like, look no further than your hair care routine. And then try these pro-recommended tips to get longer, stronAnd, length hair in no time.
1.Get regular trims.
It may seem the opposite of what you want, but if you want long hair that's actually healthy, you need to get regular trims. Although, haircuts don't make your hair grow any faster, they get rid of split ends that would make your hair break, eliminating the breakage gives the appearance that your hair is growing faster. After all, a split end that breaks can lead to your hair losing length — not to mention smoothness, shine, volume. So yeah....trim often.
2. Eating healthy.Having long, strong hair doesn't just depend on which products you put on your hair, it also greatly depends on what you put into your body. To promote hair growth, you need to feed the hair from the inside, Try increasing your protein intake with foods like nuts, beans, nuts, meat (optionally) fish and whole grain.If you're not a meat-lover, be sure to maintain a diet that is high in protein. Women who don't get enough of it often experience more shedding.
3. Keeping your scalp healthy.
When you cleanse and treat your scalp with healthy ingredients, you product strong, beautiful hair. If you're not sure how healthy your hair is, I recommends doing a "root lift test". At the crown of your head, hold up a section of your hair. A healthy hair always has the same thickness root to end, but if your ends are thinner, it's probably time to rethink your haircare treatments.
4. Use of hair natural oil.
So yes, we're always tempted to go to bed with unbrushed hair when you're tired, but giving your hair a few quick strokes can be great for its health. Starting at the scalp, use a brush suisuitable to your hair, to evenly distribute your scalp's oils onto your hair so it stays naturally moisturized. It's a reallysimple step each night helps increase circulation, which helps make your scalp healthier.
5. Avoid the usage of heating style tools.
This is the biggest way to ruining your hair: damage from hot tools. Avoid over-styling your. If you must use heat, I recommends decreasing the temperature and always using a heat protectant otherwise, you risk damaging your hair, leading to breakage and frizz.
6. Stop shampooing!!
Your hair care routine would be a whole lot simpler. By now, you've probably heard all the testimonials attributing great hair to going "no 'poo," and you're asking why it actually helps your hair. Shampooing your hair two to three times a week is a general rule, This allows your natural oils to penetrate your hair, allowing it to hydrate and repair itself." But just be sure not to let too much buildup occur as this can lead to a surplus of oil, itching, and dandruff.
7. A little less heated rinse.
A super steamy shower isn't just bad for your skin, it's also rough on your hair. Turn the water temperature down when cleansing, and rinse with cool water to help seal the cuticle and strengthen your hair before styling it.
Hair=skin......or vice versa
It's easy to see shiny locks initially and assume a product is working for you, but we should also be taking a closer look and feel as to what the formula is doing to your skin is generally what it's doing to your hair, does it make your skin f eel dry? stripped? heavy? waxy? sticky? or greasy? Or does it feel soft? hydrated? silky? and supple?. Treat your hair the way you would treat your skin — after all, it's another part of you! If your hair follicles are clogged and congested, there's no way it can grow as efficiently.