Helping Your Hair Grow Out

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I come from a family that can’t get long beautiful hair. All the men in my family start losing hair when they get in their twenties. They start with a receding hairline and then move on to have no hair at all or hair just on the sides of the head.  The woman do have hair in my family, but all of out hair is very thin so it’s hard to keep long.  Plus since our hair is so thin, it is brittle and more prone to fall out. I can say right now my hair does fall out in clumps, it drives me nuts.  It only started when i was pregnant with my son, 5 years ago.  I can fill up my brush in one day.

According to the website Hair growth can depend on several things like diet, lifestyle change, pregnancy, and more. Another ket role is your ethnic hair group. For example, Asian or Oriental hair has a better chance of growing longer than, a caucasian, black-afro or Caribbean hair.

I did attend beauty school as a young adult, although a complicated pregnancy made me drop out. I learned that a good hair treatment every few months can keep your hair healthy. Not with harsh chemicals, but just a cholesterol.  Also if you have oily hair, It’s good not to wash your hair everyday. as your hairs natural oils are actually good for you.

I don’t want to have thin brittle hair, so I have been trying different things to help my hair grow out and become thick.   I found this site that lists 101 Tips On How To Make Your Hair Grow. So now I am trying some of these to see how they work. I am really interested in their home remedies for hair loss and home remedies to make your hair grow faster.

Tell me your secrets for making your hair grow out and stay healthy?

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3 thoughts on “Helping Your Hair Grow Out

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  2. I will have to check this out. My hair is thick, but it does not grow long well. I would love longer hair, but it doesn’t look good after a certain length.

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