3 Miraculously Easy Ways To Make Your Hair Grow Faster

Almost all girls know that when it comes to hair length, we’re never satisfied. When we cut our hair short we wish it was longer and when our hair is long we constantly fantasize about cutting it shorter. Now if you have hair that grows quickly it’s easy to go back and forth between the two looks but for those of us with hair that grows slowly it can be difficult to transition from one length to another without waiting months and sometime even years.

In order to combat this issue we’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks that will help your hair grow faster! Read along and make sure to give them a try for yourself!

1) Massage your scalp with warm oil

Massaging your scalp with an oil such as coconut or olive oil is said to make your hair grow faster because it promotes circulation in the scalp and it brings nutrients from the oils that are needed to make your hair grow closer to the roots. Give this method a try once a week and you’ll see the results for yourself!

2) Use an egg mask

When it comes to hair growth, one thing stands out. The more nutrients you provide to your hair the more likely it will be to grow quickly. Nutrients promote growth and that’s why they’re necessary to grow your hair. What better place is there to find nutrients than eggs? Take an egg and beat in a bowl so that the yolk and the white combine. Add in a tablespoon of olive oil and lavender oil and apply to your hair for 20 – 30 minutes. And remember to wash out the mixture with cool water to prevent the egg from cooking in your hair!

3) Trim your ends!

We’ve all heard the old adage that if we want our hair to grow faster we need to cut it shorter. While it sounds ridiculous it’s actually true (to an extent). Our hair grows from our scalp so cutting our hair shorter at the bottom doesn’t have a direct impact on growth. However, getting rid of the dead ends and damaged hair at the bottom promotes healthier hair overall and healthy hair is more likely to grow quickly. Make sure to cut off at least ¼ of an inch every 6 – 8 weeks.


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