Do you also feel that it takes ages to grow your hair longer and thicker? Well, hair grows about almost six inches each year on an average. But for many people, the growth is slow specially for those who lose 50-100 hairs each day. Seems relatable? Want to know how to grow your hair faster? Then read on. While you cannot make your hair grow faster overnight, but there are plenty of steps you can take which will to keep your hair healthy and long. Below are some of the pro tips to grow long hair faster and longer.


1. Frequent trimming

If you want long and healthy hair then you need to get regular trims which will help to get rid of split ends that break your hair.  Remember a split end that breaks can lead to your hair losing length, volume, and shine.’

2. The Right Diet

To promote hair growth, you need to ‘feed’ the hair from the inside. Food high in protein like fish, beans, nuts and whole grains would do the magic.

3. Take Vitamin Supplements

Supplements can make a difference. So, go for a supplement with important vitamins like biotin and C and B that can support hair health.

4. Shampoo every 2 or 3 days

How often you shampoo your hair does make a difference to your hair health. Shampoo your hair only two to three times a week is good. Apart from that, use a deep conditioner or hair mask or a hair detangler that also help to prevent damage while detangling the hair strands.

5. Avoid excessive heat styling products

Yes, you heard it right! You need to stop over-styling your hair. Also, use a heat protectant otherwise, you risk damaging your hair, leading to breakage and frizz.

6. Brushing hair daily

Brushing hair daily is good for hair and scalp health.

7. Dont comb your hair when they are wet

Hair is prone to breakage when it’s wet. So, always detangle hair before shampooing.

8. Sleep on a silk pillowcase.

Switch to a silk pillowcase as it will be easier on your hair and helps to avoid tangles and breakage.


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