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I just watched a really informative video and thought I’d share! A lot of it is common knowledge but there’s also some good stuff. I was taking notes while watching it so it’s mostly in point form. Enjoy! :)
Use Sulfate free shampoo
Wash hair every two or more days, NEVER one day (unless your hair is really oily and none of these tips work - in that case, use a gentle daily shampoo)
Don’t use too much product (shampoo, conditioner, etc)
Comb out after washing hair with wide tooth comb only
HAVE TO use leave in conditioner if you straighten hair regularly
Never skip conditioner
ALWAYS use heat protectant (so the protectant gets burnt and not your hair)
Take vitamins / eat lots of fruits and veggies / Omegas are best
Drink LOTS of water
Stress influences hair loss tremendously
Straightening hair every day is VERY bad for it, so try to work with natural texture
Best to cut hair blunt / NEVER razor
Try to let hair dry naturally / don’t blow dry
It is a myth that getting regular trims makes hair grow faster! It just keeps it healthy, it doesn’t speed up the process.
Not from the video I watched, but apparently working out and getting some exercise can also make your hair grow faster! Not sure if this is a myth, though.
Massaging hair daily can help it grow since it helps blood flow which increases nutrients delivered to the hair!
General health is basically very important!
Don’t wear your hair too tightly pulled back (tight bun, pony tail) because it puts stress on your roots.