3 WAYS TO GROW THICKER HAIR

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Hello lovelies, I trust everyone is doing great

Like the saying, “a little drop of water makes a mighty ocean” we can also say, “saving a single strand of hair makes a BIG head of hair” #‎smiles.

Our natural hair is fragile and, of course, prone to breakage and shedding when mishandled. Over time, doing a tea rinse helps put this to check. However, prevention- they say- is better than cure.

Here Are Three Ways To Grow Thicker Hair

REDUCE WASHING FREQUENCY
The scalp produces natural oils that protect the hair and keep it healthy. Washing of hair every single day hurts the hair in the long-term and prevents it from getting thicker. Twice/thrice a week will just be fine.

In addition, hair should be washed with cool/cold water as hot water is hard on hair, causing it to dry out and get brittle. Washing the hair with cold water helps the hair shaft lie flat, protecting it from breakage and damage.

DRY HAIR MORE CAREFULLY
Our hair is not a piece of cloth that should be washed, balled up and wrung out!  To grow thick hair, after washing, gently pat hair dry (with an old t-shirt) and let it air-dry thereafter.

KNOW WHEN TO USE BRUSHES
Brushing hair while it’s still wet is yet another way to break it, causing it to thin out. Use your fingers or a wide-toothed comb to gently work through tangles. Save the brush for when your hair is dry, since it’s less fragile in that state.


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