Last Updated on March 27, 2019
Long hair, don’t care.
I love having long hair. I used to have nice long hair that was gorgeously thick and just awesome. I loved it. That was like 10 years ago…
Then I started going crazy with the hair dye and started getting extensions in high school. Yeah, and I did it all mostly myself. I ruined my hair unintentionally and now it’s really thin 🙁 womp womp. I’ve been working on caring for it more and making it stronger and healthier ever since.
Unfortunately, it’s not an easy feat. It takes time.
So in case you can relate to this, I wanted to show a few ways in which you can speed up the process and learn how to grow healthy hair as quickly as possible.
These things have actually been helping ME grow my hair much faster than usual the past couple of months, and I have to dye it even faster now cause I get roots coming in that much faster (that’s how I know it’s been growing fast! yay).
How to grow healthy hair as quickly as possible
1. Don’t wash your hair every day
If you wash your hair every day, you strip it of important oils that keep it shiny and healthy. That’s no bueno. If your hair gets greasy fast (like mine does, kinda), consider washing it every other day at the most. I wash mine every 2 or 3 days, depending on how well it’s doing. Sometimes it gets greasier than others.
2. Do not brush your hair when the hair is wet
I used to alwyas brush it when it was wet but apparently this is really bad for the hair! When the hair is wet, it’s easier for it to break and fall out – so don’t brush it right away, wait for it to dry at least somewhat before getting that comb or brush in.
You can also alternately use your fingers or a wide comb to separate it out so it doesn’t tangle.
3. Don’t tie your hair when it’s wet
Same reason as one mentioned above but tying your hair when it’s wet adds unnecessary pressure on the hair when it’s vulnerable to breaking. Let it hang and don’t tie it in a ponytail so to prevent any extra breakage.
If you have to tie it, consider using elastics without any metal parts.
4. Stimulate your scalp
It’s been said that massaging your scalp to stimulate the blood flow in the area allows for your hair to grow faster. Is it true? I don’t know. But it feels really darn good so there’s no harm in trying 😉 Try doing it for 2-3 minutes as you shampoo you hair for an extra burst of relaxation time as you shower 🙂
5. Take supplements that aid in hair growth
I’ve actually been researching and looking for supplements or something to help my hair grow faster for a while but hadn’t found anything until now. I’ve been using these supplements called Hairfinity for about a month and I believe my hair has grown a lot faster than usual and it’s also been a lot more obedient than usual. More compliments and less bad hair days. Coincidence? I have no idea. Maybe. But regardless, it’s pretty sweet.
What is Hairfinity?
Hairfinity is a nutritional supplement formulated with essential nutrients for healthy hair. This hair specific formula contains Vitamins A, C, and D, a B-Vitamin Complex, Biotin, MSM, and more. Hairfinity is clinically proven to increase the hair growth rate by 155% while decreasing shedding. Two capsules are taken per day, and each bottle contains a one-month supply.
Here’s one testimonial photo from one of their users after just 2 weeks of using the product. Pretty impressive!