It doesn’t seem to take much to tire of our current hairstyles. All of sudden we may wake up one morning not prepared to fight with those long golden locks and decide it’s time to go short. So off to the hairdresser and off with the hair.
In all of about three days we start to ask ourselves what in the world have we done. Those sometimes-troublesome tresses are now being sadly missed. Its time to start searching out ways to grow the hair again and the sooner the better. There’s nothing wrong with short hair, it’s gorgeous on some people. For those that are in love with loNG hair there is no compromise.
The first thing you must come to grips with is there is no major quick fixes to grow hair. That doesn’t mean that there are not some things you can do to entice your hair to grow healthy. If you find you just cannot wait, then consider hair extensions. If you do so though remember, you don’t want to be damaging your new hair growth. This can easily happen if you are too harsh, fixing or removing your extensions. Pins and elastics can play havoc on the hair if they are not used correctly.
You may even want to think about a good wig for those extra special occasions coming up where you feel you just must have those long flowing strands of shiny hair. Wigs today look so real it’s most difficult to tell that they aren’t the real thing.
Everyone grows their hair at various rates. By keeping your overall state of health in good condition including your hair, you will go a long way into promoting your hair growth. The average hair growth is usually around 6 inches each year. While you are patiently waiting for your hair, growth treat what you do have with tender loving care. This way you are providing the perfect growth environment. It doesn’t mean it will make it grow any faster but it most certainly will keep it looking healthy. This means as little use as possible of hair equipment that produces any type of heat such as your blow dryers and curling irons.
Using the right hair care products is another thing you must do. Then there is the eating healthy aspect. There is much controversy over whether what you eat has any affect on your hair. It makes common sense though that if you hair is made up of mostly protein, then you would want to feed it what it needs which is protein. You can do this in two ways by externally using products that contain protein, and internally by having the proper amounts of protein in your diet.
If you don’t believe that, what goes on in the rest of your body has anything to do with your hair then consider individuals who suffer from malnutrition. I have yet to see a person who is suffering from this have healthy beauty shiny hair. Most times, it is dull and lifeless with stunted growth.
Therefore, although you cannot make your hair grow you can most certainly encourage it to do so.
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