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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Ways to Get Thicker, Longer Hair

Do you dream about having thicker and longer hair? Are you sick of your flat and damaged roots? Most of us don’t even know how impaired our hair is until someone points it out to us, and by then it’s usually too late for a quick and simple fix. Adopting a good hair routine is a great way to get thicker, longer hair, and to create that healthy, shiny look you've been searching for. Transitions Hair can help you get the hair of your dreams, and the way to get it is not as hard as it seems. 

Change The Way You Wash Your Hair

The first thing you need to do to get the thicker, longer hair you desire is to change the way you wash your hair. Washing your hair too often can cause it to dry out. Dry and brittle hair leads to breakage and can prevent it from growing thicker. Remember not to wash your hair more than three times a week, and stay away from hot water if you can. While in the shower, you need to stimulate your scalp by massaging it, which will boost circulation and blood flow to your follicles, increasing hair growth.

Towel Dry Your Hair As Gently As You Can

Do you wonder why your hair keeps breaking after you dry it? Chances are you’re probably drying it too roughly. Use a soft towel and gently pat it dry, allowing it to air dry instead of blowing it dry.

Style Your Hair Using Natural Techniques And Products

Styling your hair using natural techniques and products is a better way to keep your hair healthy and clean. Be sure to use straighteners and curling irons sparingly, or not at all. Use natural hairsprays and gels to give your hair a chance to grow thicker and stronger.

Protect Your Hair From The Sun

It is extremely important to protect your hair from the sun and cover it while in the pool or in areas of pollution. Your hair can become seriously damaged by repeated exposure, so it is advisable to wrap it up in a scarf or swim cap to prevent exposure.

Eat More Protein Enriched Foods

Your muscles, skin, hair, nails, and even your eyes are made of protein. This means the more protein you consume, the thicker your hair will be. This doesn’t mean you need to eat an abundance of meat, but you certainly need to consume a decent amount of protein to keep your body healthier. And the healthier your body is, the thicker and longer your hair is.

Eat More Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 fatty acids are the ‘good’ fats that contribute to healthier, shinier, thicker hair and clearer skin. Omega-3 fatty acids are found in foods such as salmon, avocados, nuts, and flaxseed oil, and can be consumed through fish oil spplements.
These tips are sure-fire ways to get the thicker, longer hair that you want. Try them out today!

14 valuable thoughts they wrote, what's yours?: said...

Great tips po. will surely let my sister about this post. :)

Mel Cole said...

These are great hair tips for those who wants their hair thicker and healthier. I have a thick hair and I want to make it longer :)

lencilicious said...

I can't help but admire your beautiful daughter Rose. She absolutely have a lovely hair too.

Ria C said...

I dream to have a thicker and fuller hair sis. I have baby fine hair but wavy so it can be deceiving.

I drink omega-3 everyday and I did notice that my hair is shinier than ever; as if I used gloss or serum.

MikiHope said...

Very good advice-too many woman use products that can actually harm hair-curling irons, hair dryers and certain shampoos. It will also help if you use a shampoo conditioner with protein complexes.

Sarah-Louise Bailey said...

She has such beautiful hair.

thank you so much for the tips I have been suffering with my hair and it being a bit weak or late so will give these a try :) x

Jennifer Williams said...

I am my hairs worst enemy. I wear it up in a pony tail holder every day, those things damage your hair so much. Your daughter has beautiful hair!

AdinB said...

Great tips! I don't wash my hair often because that is something I learned, plus I use less heat to nothing with my hair only if it is necessary. I just need to hydrate more and drink plenty of water because I do eat protein and fish, which has omega 3. :) I also learned not to rub your hair with the towel so just to pat it dry. Great article! Lovely young lady.

becca said...

great tips and what a gorgeous girl

Kelli Avery said...

Great list of tips and tricks! Thanks for sharing. I like how you added tips about what kinds of foods help hair growth! They also help with nail growth!:)

Tingting R. said...

Since I gave birth to my daughter, I have been losing hair. That's 12 years ago. Luckily, I still have tons of hair left.

nova hedges said...

I keep wishing to have a thicker hair ever since i was a little, but that will never going to happen. for i have a thin strand hair that i will be keeping forever now. this is a great tips for those who want to learn how to protect their hairs.

Janeane Davis said...

I have always had thick hair so I never worried about my hair. I do like to use as little heat as possible and natural hair care products.

MzBaker said...

Her hair is beautiful! Looks nice and thick too. Mine has been thinning a bit, it's not as thick as it used to be.


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