How do i make my hair increase more rapidly?

Query by Katie C: How do i make my hair increase more rapidly?
My hair is shoulder size
It received damaged by me dying it 2 considerably and straightening it daily
I stopped blow drying it and straightening it
My graduation party is in 7 months and my natural hair colour is growing again but not as quick as i would like it to expand
I want my organic hair colour back b4 my social gathering
I never know what to do to help it
Is there anything i could do?

Ideal response:

Response by xxBellaxx
Possibly you should have Thought ahead of you ruined it and cared less on your visual appeal every working day…

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6 thoughts on “How do i make my hair increase more rapidly?

  1. there is no way to make hair grow faster. your hair should be back in 7 months though. that’s plenty of time for hair to grow. and if you still don’t like it by then, you could just style the shorter hair into something different, or get extensions.

  2. Ok sorry to hear that you have not been looking after your hair.
    If your natural hair colour as not grown out by the time of your party which i doubt it will you may have to colour it back.There is no fast way to grow hair but…you can give it a “head start” vit B6 is very good for hair skin and nails.Do not use lots of products on your hair just a gentle conditioner same for the shampoo eat veg and fruit.Warm weather helps the growth it is a known fact that the hair growth is slighty faster in the summer,if you are living where it is cold try to protect the hair by wearing a hat .Hope all goes well for your party.xxx

  3. I had hair down to my waist and had a perm done at a salon no less and it broke off in huge chunks..and i tried everything to save it but…there was nothing I could do except cut it short and wait till grew long again. Once hair is damaged you can’t fix it back, hair is already dead so if you abuse it and ruin it you have to wait till it grows out. let your natural hair grow don’t dye it anymore or straighten it…use lots of conditioner and maybe hair extensions. There are lots of dyes that won’t dry out your hair if you must dye it, Get a short cute hair cut. It’s not the end of the world…And good luck it will get better…

  4. Be very nice to your hair. Your hair falls out naturally on its own, but you may be pulling it out faster with the things you do. The gentler you are with your hair, the less of it you’ll yank out.

    Don’t pull your hair into tight ponytails or cornrows. Use butterfly clips and loose braids instead.
    Brush it carefully. If you have wavy or curly hair, you should use a wide tooth comb if your hair is still wet, since brushes can disrupt curl pattern and cause friz, while breaking hair at the same time.
    Detangle your hair slowly and carefully. Start by combing out the last few inches, and gradually work up. This won’t change how your hair grows, but careful combing can prevent your hair from breaking.
    Brush your hair before you shower in the morning. Throughout the night your hair can knot up. Brushing your hair before you shower reduces tangling in the shower. Also, when using conditioner, try sifting your fingers through your hair. This reduces extensive combing after your shower and also distributes the conditioner evenly.
    Try to avoid tangles by not piling your hair on the top of your head when you lather it in the shower–when you roll it all up into a ball like that, there’s more of a chance of tangling. Right before brushing, use your fingers to gently comb through your hair. And when you brush, start at the ends, and hold the strand that you’re brushing with your other hand so that if you pull on the hair with a brush, you don’t pull on the root (you pull from the grip of your hand instead). Minimize tangles in other situations, such as on windy days, by containing your hair with buns, braids, hats, etc.
    Minimize how much you style your hair. Any kind of styling that involves pulling your hair at the root (blow drying straight, straight iron, curling iron, rollers) will contribute to hair loss. Heat styling also can encourage hair to break.
    Avoid or minimize chemical treatments like dyes, tints, bleaches, straighteners, and permanent waves. These weaken your hair and increase the likelihood of breakage and loss.
    Take a daily multivitamin. Your body needs several building blocks in order to produce a healthy head of hair, and you can easily meet your body’s requirement by taking a multivitamin consistently. Keep in mind, however, that it can take several months to notice the results, so don’t get discouraged.

    Research suggests that iron deficiency makes hair loss worse. Women with heavy periods are at a higher risk of iron deficiency. However, unless you have an iron deficiency diagnosed by a doctor, you shouldn’t take iron supplements. They can upset your stomach and cause severe constipation, and iron overload can be dangerous. Taking a multivitamin and eating iron-rich foods (tofu, lentils, beans, oysters, spinach, prunes, raisins, lean beef) is more than enough.
    If you’re a vegetarian, eat foods rich in Vitamin C whenever you eat iron-rich veggies. Vitamin C will help your body absorb the kind of iron that is found in vegetables.
    Avoid purchasing unnecessary supplements such as biotin. Despite the many claims that biotin promotes hair growth, no studies have shown this to be the case. However, hair loss is a sign of severe biotin deficiency; in these cases, the hair loss will be accompanied by a scaly rash around the nose, mouth and genitals. Few people suffer this condition.
    Avoid dramatic weight loss. As you shed pounds, you shed hair. The dramatic changes that your body undergoes when it loses weight quickly (the change in nutrients, the stress involved) can cause your hair to thin. Diets low in protein and iron (e.g. very low-fat) and also those high in protein but low in fruits and vegetables (e.g. Atkins) that result in dramatic weight loss can also trigger significant hair loss. Instead, keep a balanced diet, and focus on gradual calorie reduction (one or two pounds a week).

    Each hair on your head grows for 2-5 years, slows down for about six weeks, and rests for 3-5 months before falling out so a new hair can grow in its place. Normally, 15% of your hair is at the resting phase, but a sudden change in nutrition can cause some hair follicles in the growing phase to switch into the resting phase prematurely, possibly raising the percentage to more than 30%.
    Relax. Stress is a common cause of reversible hair loss. When you experience physical or emotional turmoil, it can take anywhere from 3 weeks to 4 months for the results to show up in your hair.
    Address any pressing health issues. Hair is a strong indicator of health. Many nutritional deficiencies can cause hair growth to slow, and can cause hair to thin. Hormonal problems such as hypothyroidism and PCOS can also cause thinning. If your hair has gotten seriously thinner or stops growing for more than a few months, you should discuss it with your doctor.
    Try not to wash your hair everyday. The natural oils protect and condition your hair better than anything. Brush hair from root to tip a few minutes before showering so your ends benefit as well.
    Use hair masks. Hair masks return natural oil to your hair. The simplest and most helpful one is simply a beaten egg, slathered onto your hair and letting it sit for a while (depending on how much time you have) and rinsed out with icy water and a mild shampoo. The longer you let it sit, the more oils will seep into your hair. (Don’t leave it in for longer than ten hours or else you’ll start to smell like rotten eggs!). Using natural oils on your hair and leaving it on over night is a good way to mend split ends. Another step is to trim the ends of your hair every month. Not too much but, just enough to snip off some frayed ends.

  5. 1.
    Step 1

    Wash and condition your hair every other day using a high-quality moisturizing shampoo and conditioner.
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    Sandwich your hair between a towel and apply pressure to dry your hair instead of “rubbing” the hair with the towel, as this will cause breakage and split ends. Split ends and breakage mean your hair grows out slower.
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    Step 3

    Put a moisturizing leave-in conditioner into your hair, particularly in the ends of your hair to keep your hair healthy and to prevent split ends and breakage.
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    Step 4

    Allow your hair to air dry after every shower instead of blow drying, as the heat will dry and damage the hair, causing split ends that will require more hair to be trimmed to prevent hair breakage.
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    Step 5

    Spray a detangler into your hair once dry, if necessary to prevent breakage and split ends that will require more trims, thereby slowing the rate at which your hair grows out.
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    Step 6

    Brush your hair only once it’s dry (wet hair stretches and breaks, slowing the growing out process) using a natural bristle hair brush by starting at the ends and then moving up the hair once the ends are detangled.
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    Step 7

    Massage your scalp for five minutes at a time three times a day to improve blood flow to the hair follicles, which will make your hair grow faster.
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    Step 8

    Visit the hair salon once a month to get a trim to remove split ends; split ends will make your hair grow out slower because the split will travel up the hair strand, ultimately causing hair breakage that will slow down the process of growing out your hair.
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    Step 9

    Trim split ends at home once a week using a pair of hair cutting scissors and a magnification mirror to identify hair strands with split ends. Catching split ends early will prevent hair breakage that will make your hair shorter.
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    Step 10

    Eat a healthy, balanced diet to keep your body in a healthy state. General good health and diet means your hair will grow faster and healthier.
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    Step 11

    Take vitamin supplements daily that contain MSM, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Folic Acid. These vitamin supplements make hair grow faster. The supplements can be taken individually, or you can take a multi-vitamin supplement that contains all of these supplements. There are even vitamin supplements for healthy hair, skin and nails that contain these supplements for faster hair growth.

    Tips & Warnings

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    Trimming your hair does not speed the rate of hair growth, but it will help you grow out hair faster because you’ll lose less length to hair breakage caused by split ends.
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    Avoid using hair spray, gel and other products in your hair as this can cause split ends and hair breakage; this makes your hair grow out slower.
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    If blow drying is absolutely necessary, use the “cool” setting on the hair dryer.
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    Avoid using hair straightening flat irons and curling irons, as the heat dries the hair and causes split ends and hair breakage, which means your hair won’t grow out fast as fast as it would otherwise.
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    Never brush wet hair; this will stretch the hair and cause breakage.
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    Do not wash your hair daily, as this will strip out the natural oils. Dry hair is more prone to breakage.

  6. vitamins are a great way to grow your hair. Not only is it great for your hair, it is also great for your body, skin, and nails. I would recommend taking a daily multivitamin with 100% daily nutrients. In addition, take a hair vitamin ( i recommend GNC Ultranourish hair, it works great!). In addition, flaxseed oil and protein are two other important nutrients needed to increase hair growth. You may also want to look in to increasing the amount of MSM, silica, and biotin you take daily outside of your multivitamin and hair vitamin. Here’s a guide on what to take and how much:
    http://www.ehow.com/how_5573750_use-vitamins-hair-growth.html
    Hope that helps!

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