First, a quick introduction of my personal ‘hair journey’, if that’s what you’d call it. I change my hair constantly. It’s not that I’m indecisive as such, or that I’m never satisfied with each result, it’s because I like change. Or in this case at least.
As some of you may know I’ve had my hair cut short for quite some time now and the past couple of months, I’ve been wishing my hair was longer. I’ve searched so many things online, tried endless remedies and techniques, hoping that my hair will somehow grow at a quicker rate. Therefore, I feel confident enough to share my opinions and tips on how I believe you should approach the matter!
I’m going to be very honest here and say there are only 2 may tips that actually work for everyone and they are:
Keeping your hair healthy
Paying absolutely no attention to your hair progress whatsoever
Now a little elaboration…
Keeping your hair healthy is going to massively impact your hair growth, anyone with common sense will know that. But I do think that it’s easy to forget about what ‘keeping hair healthy’ really entails.
Easy hair care tips would be things such as:
Just keeping to these points as best you can is really all you can do. Of course, doing a hair mask or treatment every once in a while can be fun, but it’s not necessary.
The second point I made can seem a little odd, but BY FAR works the best. Before, I would be trying treatments and checking my hair daily; focusing on it incessantly. But now that I’ve been ignoring the differences, embracing my hair at it’s current length, it seems to have grown a lot quicker. Obviously it hasn’t, but it appears that way.
At the end of the day, and what I want you to get out of this post, is that hair grows. Whether you want it to or not. You could do absolutely nothing and it will still continue to grow. Not to say that I’ve tried all of them, but a lot of the hair remedies that people claim will make your hair grown an inch or two in a week don’t actually do so, making you feel worse after trying them.
This is why I feel it’s always best to step aside sometimes and enjoy the length of hair you have now. 🙂
Thanks for reading!