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  1. April 7, 2015

    I’m really trying to get my hair to grow out for the summer. It’s been mid-length long enough! Thanks for sharing these tips!

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  2. April 9, 2015
    Adeline says

    Have you tried giving yourself a scalp massage? It’s supposed to help since it stimulates blood circulation but it also feels pretty damn nice! I do it about once a week and before I wash my hair; I use an Aveda oil that smells incredible but the old coconut oil would do the trick as well. My hair is long and heavy atm so the massage also gives it a bit more lift at the roots I find.

  3. April 11, 2015
    Sia says

    Hi.. I definitely try to skip the shampoo. If my hair feels a little oily, I will use a dry shampoo to freshen it. I also use a supplement. I’ve been on Viviscal Professional for about 5-6 months and I see the difference. My dermatologist recommended it to me.
    Even my hairdresser noticed the difference and it now taking it. lol

  4. April 12, 2015
    Nancy says

    I can sit on my long, blonde hair, which is fingertip length. The #1 way to get it to grow long is to put it up EVERY DAY, whether it’s in a bun, a twist, or a braid of some sort. Why? Because if your hair is bundled up, it isn’t getting tangled by being blown around in the breeze, nor does it get tangled AND the ends dried out (and broken) by rubbing on your clothes, etc. This also means you don’t have to brush it during the day, which is one of the biggest things that can damage your hair — brushing it to get out the tangles. I’ve had long hair for years, and by putting it up most of the time, it looks terrific (and turns heads) when I DO wear it down and free.

  5. April 27, 2015

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  6. February 3, 2016
    Ashley says

    So I have had hair down to my belly button my whole life and I recently cut it. I wanted to grow it back out so I started massaging my scalp two times a day especially when I would wash my hair. Also I ate a tablespoon of flaxseeds everyday….. I don’t know how it happened but in two months my hair had grown 5 inches! Maybe even more… I’m telling you it works!

  7. April 30, 2017
    Monica says

    Hey, thanks for sharing these tips! I will try the supplement and share the results with you. xoxo


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