February 07, 2018
How To Grow Thick Hair Quickly

It is a common occurrence that we dedicate so much time to our skin that we completely forget to give our hair the care that it deserves.  Looking youthful, vibrant, and beautiful is more than just having great skin, our hair is also a telltale sign that we are getting older with each year that passes.  Who doesn’t want to own a mane of thick hair full of volume and shine?  A lack of volume is one of the biggest concerns that most women have, but there is no need to fret as it is something that can be easily and quickly fixed.


The best methods to use are the natural ones, these lack many of the damaging and harmful additives that many hair care products contain, which can ultimately lead to lackluster and lifeless hair.  All of the tips in the article are 100% hair-friendly and safe to use, they will also see your hair grow thicker and stronger than ever before. Following these tips on a regular basis will have you on the fast track to high-volume, high-shine, and thickness, and all without the need for expensive chemical treatments.


How To Get Thick Hair Fast


How Often Should You Wash Your Hair? This will ultimately depend on the condition and type of your hair. If you have an oily scalp, then the hair will need to be washed more often to remove any build-up of oil. Oil is good for the hair and scalp, but too much of it can cause your hair to become flat and greasy looking, which in turn makes it look fine and limp. If you have dry hair, then you should aim at washing it 2 times per week and follow this up with a good conditioning treatment.


Using Oil On The Hair? Most people go about this the wrong way by applying oil to dirty hair. This prevents the oil penetrating the follicles and holds little benefit at all. You should always apply oil to freshly washed hair that is still damp. When hair is damp, the cuticles are still open and the oil can better be absorbed. Once you notice  how much of a difference using oil on clean and damp hair makes, you will never revert back to using an oil treatment on dirty hair. It makes no sense to apply anything to dirty hair. Would you apply moisturizer to dirty skin? No? So you should also avoid the same mistake with your hair.


Which Oils Are Best For Growing Hair Faster?


Castor Oil: Of all the oils you can use on your hair, castor oil is the best. It is naturally loaded with hair-boosting vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin E and fatty acids like Omega 3. Castor oil also helps prevent the hair from being shed and provides some great anti-fungal properties to keep your scalp clear of bacteria and fungi.  For maximum results, mix some castor oil with coconut oil for a truly deep conditioning treatment. Castor oil has a very thick consistency, so a little goes a long way.  Gently massage it into the scalp and the roots and then allow it to sit for a good 30 minutes, rinse the hair with lukewarm water and then finish with a burst of cold water to close the hair cuticles. Repeat this oil treatment 2 times per week for the best results.


Coconut Oil: Everyone knows how great coconut oil is for the skin and hair, especially as it is so readily absorbed and leaves the hair with a tropical fragrance. The fatty acids contained in coconut oil penetrate the hair and help to improve its strength and shine. The best type to use is an organic cold pressed oil which has not been heated, if mixed with castor oil, you will also reap the rewards of thicker, more youthful looking hair. To use, simply massage into the scalp and allow your natural body temperature helps the oil to soften and be absorbed. Again, twice a week is the perfect amount of times to repeat this oil treatment for faster-growing hair.


What Else Can I Do To Make My Hair Grow Faster?


Multivitamins: You can buy specialist vitamins designed for hair, skin, and nails. These contain all of the nutrients your body needs to grow strong and healthy hair fast. The best multivitamins will contain biotin and Vit C, along with complex B vitamins. Zinc is also great for helping hair grow thick and strong, as is any supplement that contains the mineral selenium. Selenium helps boost the immune system, therefore your body has a healthier environment to work on hair growth rather than fighting infections.


Food Products: There are various foods which work wonders for hair growth, and to get maximum benefit from them you should try to incorporate them into your diet on a daily basis. These include high-protein sources such as eggs, peanuts, and sweet potatoes. These are nutrient-dense foods, which boost the rate of hair growth. Feeding yourself these foods allows you to have the best foundations to grow beautiful and thick hair. If you don’t take care of your body, then no amount of high-end treatments are going to help.


Organic DIY Hair Mask


We all know that eggs are perfect for helping create beautiful and thick hair, olive oil is also a favorite of many Mediterranean women, who all have full and thick hair. Combining the 2 creates a rich mask for the hair that boosts strength, shine, condition, and feel of the hair. In theory, these are the basic ingredients of mayonnaise, so if you are short on time, that will work just as well. Simply mix the eggs and oil together and apply to the scalp and hair all the way to the tips, leave to sit for at least 30 minutes, but an hour is better and then rinse off to reveal instantaneous bouncy hair. Repeat once per fortnight for best results, as too much of a good thing can be bad.


Onion Juice & Honey Hair Mask


Ok, so you may be worried about smelling like an old trash can when using this, but once you rinse it off there is no lingering odor. The sulfur contained in onion juice helps boost blood flow to the scalp, while honey offers a softening and volumizing effect.Combined, these help hair grow faster and thicker, especially if used 2 – 3 times a week.

Condition Your Scalp Too: Wheat germ oil is a fantastic oil to use on the scalp. It is a very light oil, which does not clog the follicles and helps eradicate dandruff and scalp flakiness.  A healthy scalp will produce healthy hair, so ensure you take care of both.  This is a sure fire way to get thick, voluptuous hair with bounce and tremendous shine.


What Else Can I Do To Get Thicker Hair?


A protein-based deep treatment will help repair damage to the hair. While there is no real way to completely heal split ends other than having them trimmed off, a deep conditioning treatment once a week will help create stronger and thicker hair, thus the risk of further split ends is limited. If you are looking for volume and thickness, then opt for a treatment designed for fine or thin hair. Trims should be kept to a minimum of several times a year, monthly trims are not required and are a line spun out by hairdresser to get plenty of repeat custom each month.


Can A Keratin Treatment Help Make Hair Thicker?


As the hair is made of keratin, a keratin treatment can truly transform the look and feel of your hair. These can be found in many chemists and pharmacies, and will contain minimal chemicals. If you have the budget, the Brazilian keratin treatment can be performed in your local salon to add volume and thickness. Otherwise, a store-bought treatment should do the trick over a longer period of time.


You should also avoid using too much heat on your hair, especially if it is already thin and brittle. Flatiron kills your hair and make it limp and wiry. Dry your hair using the cool setting on a blow dryer, or sit in front of a desk fan and allow it to air dry naturally. You should also opt for a comb when styling your hair, and the wider the tooth, the better. The teeth of the comb will massage the scalp and help with improving blood flow to the hair roots, it will also improve oil production for healthy hair.


Avoid Stress: Stress does nothing for the body other than wearing it down. This is also true for your hair, and the more stress you experience, the higher the chance of thinning occurring. Avoid stressful situations and allow the body to heal from within for amazing, thick hair. Keep on top of your water intake too. When you are dehydrated, you run the risk of hair loss, which is not what you want if you have already thin hair. Aim for 7 – 8 medium sized glasses of water each day for amazing hair and skin.


Alicia Gold

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