It’s a natural desire of every woman to have long shiny hair that looks like a glorious tumble of star beam flowing down to the waist setting everybody’s heart a-thump. Oh! If only you could have such hair, you would have lived your life flaunting each day.

But it takes the time to get your hair that long shaggy hippy look. On average, a hair typically grows an only quarter of an inch to half an inch maximum in a month. This too, if the hair is in the most optimal health with minimal split ends and is free from other damages. Here, we have some tips thrown in to help you achieve that healthy hair so they could grow faster.

Come, Hop on the wagon!

Less Shampooing – Lesser Breakouts:

Girl Applying Shampoo on her hairs

Giving your hair that regular shock with the shampoo each day can dry up your scalp resulting in more split ends. So, most hair stylists are usually the biggest offenders of washing the hair extensively. With the shampoo, you intend to wash off the dirt of any product build-up inside your hair, but with that, the shampoo also strips away the essential natural oils from your hair that are good for their health. Wiping off the oils results in more breakage, leaving the hair drier as a result. You must skip a wash every once in a while of course if you don’t live in a very humid climate, or you don’t sweat a lot.

Trim The Deadlocks Regularly:

Cutting her hairs with scissor

Your intuition might give you hush, as you think trimming would help the hair growth. But, it’s true! Trimming might make your hair a little bit shorter for a while, but they boost growth. Just as you trim away those deadlocks (split ends) as with the time, they work their way up the strands and eventually make your hair weaker. You should trim them up looking at the length of the split ends; just the eighth part of an inch is usually what most hair stylists recommend. You can trim more depending upon how much of the damaged ends there are. Trimming time to time would let them grow healthier in the longer term.

Never Skip The Conditioner:

Never Skip Hair Conditioner

It’s unimaginable how ladies skip conditioning their hair after a hair wash. It looks like they don’t love their hair at all. No? We don’t claim here that conditioning your hair more would help them grow faster, rather, conditioning them regularly would help them stay soft and healthy.

Conditioners are meant to replenish the oils inside the hair that are stripped off during the wash, and they give a moisturizing boost to them. For hair that goes through great heating frequently or is died requires extra care and conditioning to keep them moist, soft and healthy looking. It just takes a few seconds to put it on, and the payoff is huge!

Feed Them With Essential Oils:

Essential Oil Bottles

Who can ever deny the goodness of oiling the hair regularly? From preventing the hair from dryness to nourishing them for growth and guarding them against getting unanimously gray oils do us so many favors.

Just think of the torture we give to our hair every day, from straightening them up to curling, blow drying, hair dying and bleaching even. They are a rejuvenating agent, as they build up moisture, reduce dandruff, make the hair stronger and brighter. Almond oil contains Vitamin A, B, and E that are good for skin and because it’s enriched with magnesium, it promotes healthy hair growth. Hair that are deficient in magnesium fall heavily, so almond oil is their absolute remedy.

Amla Oil contains Vitamin C and antioxidants that prevent hair loss and help in darkening the prematurely gray hair.

Coconut Oil which has been known since years to shield hair from the frizz and building up protein boosts up the hair growth in days. It contains lauric acid which gives it the much needed protective properties. This oil works best for the roots and strands. It’s also rich in vitamin E, Vitamin K, and Iron.

Eat Healthily:

Different Vegetables in Fry pan

To grow like a Rapunzel, you will have to feed them from inside your body too. This way they will grow sleek and strong on the outside. You must put the right nutrition of on your plate with a diet rich in protein with the necessary vitamins and minerals. Foods that are rich in Vitamin A, B, C and E and magnesium, iron, copper and Vitamin B-Complex are essential for the hair growth. Nutritional deficiencies can adversely affect your hair health.

Quick Tip: Flipping Up:

Looks strange, agreed! It’s a popular trick to flip your hair upside down daily for a few minutes. This would increase the blood circulation that would improve the hair growth.

Try Whipping Up An Egg Mask:

Girl Applying Egg Mask on Hairs

Eggs are an instant protein treatment for your hair, and they help in growing hair faster. Egg masks are applied regularly by most women once in a month to gain effective results.

Procedure: Just whisk an egg into a bowl, add some lemon drops, a cup of milk and one to two table spoons of extra-virgin olive oil into it and beat the mixture. Now apply the mixture onto your scalp. Leave it for 20-30 minutes and then wash it off by shampooing and conditioning your hair.

Try Some Aloe Vera Gel:

Aloe Vera Gel For Hairs

Aloe Vera Gel is always thought of fighting snowy flaked scalps infected by dandruff. It also promotes hair growth and restores the natural shine of the hair. Just take some pure Aloe Vera gel and mix it with some coconut milk and lemon essence. Mix them well and apply on your hair evenly. Leave it for almost 20 minutes and then rinse with fresh water. Doing this treatment for about once a week yields best results.

Seek Medical Help:

Just in case, you feel like your hair loss is more than normal people have usually or you find any change in your scalp condition you must get your hair examined by a dermatologist. You cannot grow hair with all these remedies if they have problems medically. Problems like dandruff, thyroid issues, hormonal imbalance or any other infection would hinder the process of hair growth and might result in extensive hair loss.

Addressing these problems in time can save you from heavy falling of the hair and baldness even. Sometimes people have Seborrheic Dermatitis that can lead to itchy scalp and mild hair loss. It’s a common condition and happens to most people.

Other than all these tips, just maintain a healthy hair routine and protect your hair from heat as much as possible. Use quality products that don’t contain harsh chemicals and take vitamin and herbal supplements too. Putting up hair masks can also help if you straighten your hair every other day and your hair need a shield afterward.

Treating your hair with all this care can actually let you achieve that crowning glory of glossy tresses fluttered over your back!

All the best beauties!

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