Follow These Tips To Have Long And Strong Hair In Just 7 Days!

Having long hair in a short time and with home methods and common tricks is possible and really effective.

Making hair grow quickly is possible if we manage to have healthy and nourish hair from the roots. Numerous very effective commercial products use the same basic ingredients found in ancient home remedies for hair growth. It is important to take care of it and make habits some procedures that are important to keep it firm and healthy. If the hair is nourished, then it will grow faster. If you increase circulation in the area, it will grow faster. Everything is a matter of knowing how to take care of it.

Hair creams
Apply a moisturizing cream or gel to shape the hair instead of oils because when exposed to the sun of the day they are activated by heat and split the hair. "If your hair is wet, you have to apply conditioner," says Townsend. With coloring and time, the hair begins to thin. The conditioner helps to replace the lipids and proteins inside the hair.

Does not grow at night
Unless your scalp is superior to the rest, it is going to take a while. Celebrity hairstylist Mark Townsend, who helped Ashley Olsen get out of her bob in style, claims that her hair only grows between 0.7 and 1.2 centimeters a month as long as he's healthy and without split ends.

Scissors are your allies
This will help keep it healthy and not break. This, according to experts, is one of the main fundamentals of every hairdresser. It is advisable to clean it every 10/12 weeks to prevent fractures and help hair grow.

Don't use shampoo every time you shower
Unlike conditioner, shampoo, according to our expert, is what you should skip more often. Here's why: the purpose of shampoo is to remove dirt and build-up from other products on your hair, but it may also carry essential natural oils from your hair with it. When you need shampoo, apply it delicately only to the scalp.

Apply oil or hair mask once a week
Since the hair is in contact with more parts of the body, it needs care beyond the normal conditioner. Townsend suggests using masks and oils weekly. Also, the expert gives us the perfect recipe (home-made!): 1 cup of unrefined coconut oil mixed with a tablespoon of almond oil, macadamia oil, and jojoba oil. Because oils can leave a residue on the hair, it is recommended to apply when the hair is damp and leave it on for 10 minutes. Afterward, wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner as usual.

Consider hair supplements
Your diet also influences the health of your hair, and a proper diet can promote hair growth. You may not be including all the necessary nutrients in your diet, so it is recommended that you consult a specialist to recommend the correct products and amounts.

Brush your hair carefully
Constant brushing can cause physical damage to the hair, breaking it and preventing it from growing as it should. "When you detangle damp hair, make sure you start detangling at the bottom and work your way up little by little," says our expert. He also recommends using boar hair bristle brushes for detangling.

Change your cushion cover
To grow hair, Townsend recommends switching to a satin fabric, as it has a smoother surface that doesn't cause friction with your hair.

Don't roll your hair in a towel
In doing so, your hair is trapped in all its fibers and the strands become weaker, being these more likely to break. If you are going to continue using a towel, make it superfine.

Change the position of your ponytail
With this simple movement, you can maintain the integrity of your hair strands, allowing them to grow faster.

Rinse your hair with cold water before you get out of the shower
This really helps your hair grow and stay healthy longer. Coldwater collects on the outermost layer of hair and helps prevent loss of softness and heat damage.

So, write down the important tricks:

1. Don't wash your hair every day. Preferably do it 3 times a week with a shampoo that contains biotin.
2. Cut it every 6 to 8 weeks. This way, you eliminate damaged ends and stimulate hair growth.
3. Avoid the use of abrasive dyes or products. Use mild shampoos or natural elements to nourish it.
4. Massage your scalp. Start at the cervical (neck) and go up the nape to the center with the help of your fingertips making circular movements.

Constanza De Sousa

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