9 Fast Ways To Grow Long Natural Hair

 

Grow Long Natural Hair


How do I grow my natural hair? faster? Longer? No more stress here are 9 creative ways to grow your natural hair in a shorter period.

Before we talk about any tips on hair, it is important that you understand that your hair is growing!!!

In most situations, given the appearance of stunted hair growth, your hair is breaking at the same pace as it was growing.

You may want to learn about the differences between hair growth and breakage, too.

The key to growing long, healthy hair is to follow a healthy hair regimen. Growing healthy hair requires proper care and maintenance, and without handling your hair delicately it could lead to serious breakage, hair loss or possible balding.

A healthy hair regimen is a balanced hair regimen that consists of cleansing with a sulfate-free shampoo that is free from harmful chemicals to remove build-up and grime. Follow up with a moisturizing conditioner, a deep conditioner and/or protein treatment as needed to help strengthen, repair and prevent damage of the hair.


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1. Shampoo, Co-Wash and Rinse As Needed

Natural hair by nature is very porous, meaning has a high porosity, and the picture above is no different.

Hair need to be cleansed and rehydrated at least every 4-5 days and sometimes, co-washed in between.

A clean scalp promotes healthy hair growth by removing build-up, dead skin, and other unwanted debris. Cleansing more frequently than once a week or twice a week is perfectly okay if you’re using a gentle sulfate-free cleanser.


2. Pay Attention To Those Ends

A lot of times we pay less attention to the oldest part of our hair, the ends. They are the last part to receive moisture and product, but they are the first to lose these things. In addition to trimming split damaged ends, you should apply your product for ends to tips. Always, always moisturize and seal your ends.



3. Less Manipulation

As much as you love the style of the hair above, it can be somewhat temperamental — and I’ve found that it thrives when left alone. you dare not comb or brush this tightly-curled hair daily, not even every other day. Low manipulation or protective styles, like twists or braids, protect the hair from manual breakage and moisture loss.


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4. Work In Sections

Everything must be done in 4-6 sections, from shampooing to conditioning to moisturizing to detangling. These ensure full coverage.


5. Penetrating Oils Work Best

Shea butter is a natural moisturizer, great for sealing in the moisture, especially in the winter. .

The problem is, it only coats the hair, Lighter oils, like coconut or olive oil, actually absorb into the hair, giving it the ability to strengthen and reinforce the hair’s internal structure.


6. The Hooded Dryer is Your Friend

I’m not sure how the hooded dryer got a bad rep, although I think there’s confusion about heat damage. There’s actually a greater chance of heat damage with blow dryers than there ever will be with a hooded dryer, according to Audrey Davis-Sivasothy, author of The Science of Black Hair – hooded dryers are indirect or diffused heat source. With indirect heat, there is little or a zero chance of heat damage.

Hooded Dryer


It’s very beneficial to sit under a dryer during deep conditioning treatments because it will help your conditioner enter the hair more thoroughly. Plus, 30 – 45 mins under the dryer reduces air drying time and helps your style to set and last longer.


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7. Take A Multivitamin

I know there are a lot of hair supplements on the market but I don’t trust them. Many of the dosages are unregulated and way above the recommend daily dosage for these particular supplements.

Ingesting nutrients that your body isn’t deficiency of can be disastrous. Hypervitaminosis or vitamin poisoning can lead to adverse side effects such as hair loss, acne, and even death…

Besides many nutrients rely on each other to actually get the job done. For example, biotin is almost ineffective if taken in the absence of zinc to inhibit shedding.

A simple multivitamin and well-balanced diet is all you need for healthy hair.




9. Drink More Water for Hydrated Hair

When it comes to hair care it’s very easy to focus on the external. It’s the same way with your skin — when you have dry skin or hair, you look for the nearest moisturizer.

Drink More Water


Doing this only covers up dryness (not the most effective way to treat it). Moisturize and nourish your hair and skin from the inside out by drinking water. you’ll notice a huge difference in both your hair and skin when you drinking water daily.


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