If you are like the majority of women out there, chances are that you too have been a victim of an impulse haircut. Maybe you had just seen Taylor Swift’s short ‘do on the cover of a tabloid, or maybe you just wanted to change things up and went for the big chop. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your outlook), while cutting your mid-back length hair to a stylish bob may only take a few moments, it takes many moments, heck! Many months, and for some, may years to grow your hair back to the length it once was.
Since you are here, reading this appropriately titled article, assumably you are interested in getting your long locks back to their pre-spur-of-the-moment-cut length. We have pulled together the top three no-new-product methods that women all over the globe use to make their hair grow faster. Keep in mind, that while these tips and tricks may work for some women, they may not work for everyone. The best way to figure out what exactly works for you is to try just one method at a time, for about four weeks. If you do notice a change in your hair growth, that is great, keep up with whatever it is you are doing. If you don’t notice a change after about a month, go ahead and give the next tip a try. As you can see, figuring out what works for you may take some trial and error, but it will pay off when your hair is growing faster.
And now, without further ado, take a look at the top three methods (that do not involve adding yet another product to your routine) that women around the world use to make hair grow faster.
Make Your Bed – With Silk Sheets, Of Course!
Just because your hair cannot grow over night, it does not mean that you should forget about all that your hair is put through when your catch up on your beauty sleep. Cotton pillow cases can be rough on the hair, causing it to tangle, split, and break while you sleep. The best way to avoid this damage is to switch to silk to satin sheets. While this may not actually help your hair grow faster, it will improve the integrity of your hair by maintaining the hair that you do have thus far.
Once you climb out of your cozy new sheets, finish off your shower with an ice cold rinse right before you get out. Believe it or not, the cold water is said to help the hair grow faster by soothing out the outermost layer of the hair. By doing so, you are preventing moisture loss, split ends and heat damage all in one!
Revitalize Your Roots
This theory, which does have quite a bit of scientific backing, says that stimulating your roots will trigger faster growth. You can do this a few different ways: brush your hair ALL the time, the bristles will not only feel good, but they will remind the roots that they have a job to do. You can also give yourself a scalp massage either in the shower while you shampoo, or before the shower with your favorite essential oil.