Updated: Apr 29, 2019
Are you currently facing a situation where you felt that your hair grow too slow? Ever impulsively cut your hair and regretted it afterwards? You know we all did!
Hair trends come and go, but for some reason, most of us keep going back to long hair. Maintaining long locks does not only stimulate our scalps and encourage better blood flow, but it also gives us more hairstyles to experiment on.
Luckily, there are several ways on how to grow back your hair in a snap! Read on to learn about five easy hacks to groom your hair back to its original length.
1. Trim your tresses
It may sound ironic, but trimming your ends can make your hair appear longer. By getting rid of unhealthy, damaged split ends which causes your hair to look thinner, your hair will seem healthier and longer. Visit your hairstylist every 6-8 weeks to avoid hair breakage and fly-away because when you don’t trim regularly, hairs can split right up the shafts and break off, even though the follicles are still in the growth phase.
2. Condition your hair well
Did you know that you should condition your hair before shampoo if you have long hair? This may be new to you but it keeps the ends of your hair stronger and protects it from getting splits and it adds shine. Rinse your hair with cool water to shut the cuticles in your hair and keep the moisture and oils sealed in your hair. This will allow your hair to look shinier but always remember to rinse off all the conditioner out of your hair to prevent it from looking limp and oily. Using a leave-in conditioner after showers can also strengthen your hair and make it more flexible and damp!
3. Skip the super tight elastics
Pulling your hair back on a tight ponytail creates more tension on the hair follicles and causes a number of problems other than preventing growth such as migraine, receding line, and alopecia. Leave your hair untied every once in a while or style your locks with a loose braid.