(Closed) Tips for Growing Out Hair?

posted 10 years ago in Beauty
Post # 32
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I get my Shampoo from Ulta and Beauty First! They always have great deals, and its SEBASTION!

Post # 33
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

extensions.  That is what I am doing.  I use to have super  long hair and then some psycho hair dresser chopped it all off.  I am not freakin about growing it back though bc I have extensions.

Post # 34
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

I use kerastase hair product (including shampoo/conditioner) and I absolutely love it. It does wonder for my hair.

I also only wash my hair (wait for it)…….. once every 4-7 days. I wear it really messy and tousled anyways, and use ocean texture spray (a spray that makes your hair feel like it just got out of the ocean) so the dirtier the better!

I also recommend cutting down on the heat treatment as much as possible. I second the idea of getting a heat shield to spray on your damp hair before you syle it.

Post # 35
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

Good tips everywhere–I’ve had long, fast-growing hair my whole life so I don’t really have any tips…but instead of using elastics to pull your hair back (from your face, or into a half-updo), try using bobby pins instead. I’ve found that elastics actually weaken my hair.

Post # 36
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Castor Oil. I’ve never done this on all of my hair but I do use it on my eye lashes…castor oil treatments are supposed to be great for helping hair grow. I’ve definitely noticed a huge difference on my lashes. I’ve heard that doing a scalp massage daily can help stimulate hair growth, but I’m not sure of whether that works or not. I’d find a really good moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. Sometimes when I’m really finding that my hair is looking or feeling “dead” I’ll use Head and Shoulders 2-in-1 shampoo/conditioner and then use a conditioner after it like normal. I don’t struggle with dandruff or anything but I figured that if it helps your scalp it’s probably good for your hair as well. Getting hair cut constantly won’t help your hair grow any longer but it will keep it healthy. There’s a hair cutting technique I read about once (in Cosmo maybe?) that talked about “dusting” where they trim only a few milimeters off your hair every couple of weeks to keep from getting split ends. I never had this done but thought I’d pass on the info. Good luck:)

Post # 37
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Blushing bee

pre-natal vitamins, tie/braid it at night so it doesn’t get tangled, wash everyday BUT condition it everyday along with leave in conditioner: I use Biosilk, very good product!

Post # 38
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

professional hair products that is most suitable for your hair is also very very important!! I strongly advise consulting with your local senior stylist (licensed cosmetologist with 6+ experience) to find the right hair products~ 

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