Magically make hair grow??

posted 2 years ago in Beauty
Post # 2
1181 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

A healthy diet with tons of protein will make your hair grow out stronger, but there isn’t much you can do to get it to grow faster. That is just based on your genetics. Trim it regularly so it doesn’t split as it grows. It will actually look and seem longer if you trim once every 4-6 weeks. A good stylist can do wonders for short hair and make it look like it’s in an updo even if it really isn’t. You can also think about extentions. If you want to keep them, get human hair. That’s a big investment. If you want the extentions for just a short time, synthetic hair works just fine and is actually easier for the stylist to work with. You can have extentions that add length or just to add some body if your hair is thin. They also make hair pieces that clip in, and the right stylist can make it look like it’s your hair. That would be the cheapest option.

Post # 3
1242 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

yogahhh:  eat healthy, protein and veggies, etc. get it trimmed regularly. You don’t have to get a half inch off every time. Tell them you want a “dusting” which is maybe 1/8 inch. I did this with my sister and her hair grew twice as fast, and she wasn’t eating a healthy diet. 

Post # 4
1417 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

Nope there is nothing you can do. Except extensions. 

Post # 5
218 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

I have used castor oil and coconut oil and my hair was growing extremely fast. Right now is belly button length but I’m not sure if it was the oil or the birth control that I was on. You might need to wear extension.

Post # 6
6964 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

Take a prenatal vitamin.

Post # 7
5207 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: February 2013

yogahhh:  Hair is comprised of keratin and dead skin cells. It doesn’t grow if you feed it more, nor if you trim it more. It will continue to grow at the same rate it always did. If you want it long why did you get a bob in the first place?

Post # 9
1062 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

Can’t you just put in extensions?

Post # 10
681 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Okay, this is going to sound crazy, but try using an antifungal cream on your scalp to stimulate your follicles. Everyone’s scalpt naturally has some fungus on it which prevent your hair from growing at its fastest rate. By applying a cream with the active ingredient miconazole nitrate (yes Monistat!) you may see tons of extra growth. It sounds totally weird– but this has been a huge trend on hair growth communities all over the place. I heard about it on black hair blogs. I did this and saw massive growth. I was able to get several extra inches over 4 months and less shedding–I have totally restored my waist length hair from my big chop.  I’ve researched this a ton and it’s safe. Doctors have been asked about it and say there is no risk involved. I just put some in a hair dye bottle with a little water and apply on my scalp every three days (the ingredient is active on the scalp for 3 days and I only wash it every 3 days.) My scalp doesn’t smell weird and isn’t greasy at all. You can’t even tell I use it. Here’s a video with more info I did this for two months about a year ago, then stopped for ayear because I moved overseas and couldn’t get Monistat. In the mean time I tried castor oil but it was a sticky awful mess and didn’t have good results at all. In the year I didn’t use Monistat my hair seemed to grow so slow. Then I got back to the US and used it again and it’s sprouted like a weed! Your scalp does feel a tad itchy from all the new growth but not uncomfortable at all. Sounds totally crazy but it works for me. I’m now at my goal lenght but I’m going to keep using it because it stops my shedding so my hair’s a lot thicker. 

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