1:: Brush that Scalp.
Most people don’t know that in order to grow your hair it is very important to keep that scalp stimulated. Keep the blood cells stimulated and the blood flowing. It’s very important to keep those pores open as well. You can achieve this by using a boar bristled brush and brush your scalp the same way you would brush your teeth. Just like when your skin gets clogged and you start to break out, you need to exfoliate to get those pores open and cleaned. So before you shampoo your hair, brush your scalp for 2-3 minutes and then shampoo. Don’t forget to scrub that scalp while shampooing and really get it clean. Follow this step by using a great conditioner to keep those ends moisturized.
Biotin is one of several good vitamins for hair growth. If used properly it will produce healthier, thicker hair with the added benefit of stronger nails and better skin. You may see even better results when using biotin in conjunction with other treatments. Consistent and long-term use of biotin will result in healthier roots and follicles, as well as stronger and fuller hair.This means that hair breakage will not occur nearly as often and hair will grow longer as a result. That is why people often claim that biotin makes their hair grow faster. I personally started using Biotin and have noticed my hair healthier and stronger and recommend this vitamin to any of my clients who are looking to speed up the process of growing their hair.
3:: Cut Your Hair Every 6 Weeks
This is very important when growing out your hair, yet many woman often try to avoid regular hair cuts when trying to grow out their hair. I learned the hard way how important regular hair cuts truly are. If the ends of your hair are not blunt and clean they cannot continue to grow. If the ends of your hair are split and broken they will continue to break off or split up the hair shaft. So keep those ends healthy and trimmed. A good hair stylist will listen to you and only cut the minimal amount to keep the ends nice and clean without setting you back on your hair growing process.