Sorry, bad news is that you can't change how fast your hair grows, but the good news is that if you live where the weather is getting warmer for the summer your hair may grow a bit more then it would in the winter since the warmer weather can help accelerate hair growth. Good luck and many deep conditioners. One question though, did your hair break off from the perm or did you cut it to get the dead stuff off? I'm a hairstylist and would like to know
I'm sorry to hear about your hair problem. You should never attempt to perm your hair by yourself, or let someone else with no experience do it for you. It is best to go to the salon and have it done professionally because you run the risk of losing hair and damaging your hair shaft. Remember that these are chemicals, and chemicals can irritate or burn the scalp. You can also end up losing clumps of hair, especially if your hair is chemically processed prior to getting a perm. Your aunt probably wrapped the perm rods too tight, or left the solution on too long. If perming solution is left on too long, it will cause the hair to fall out.
I agree with the other answers. There's not much you can do to make your hair grow faster. Your hair will grow back, just give it some time. In the meantime, you might want to think about using a deep conditioning treatment once a week.
Hey... think its happened to at least one peerson we know... onfortunatly it was you this time!! my best advise is neem oil if you can find it! Probably be able to get it from a indian deli... an SA its available from pharmacies... it strengthens hair, adds shine and promotes growth...
If you cant find that indian remedies help a lot...
Now I'm not an expert on anything but I did have somewhat of a situation a couple years ago. And I did find this shampoo called 'Mane & Tail'
They call it a horse shampoo but it's made for us. It's sold in wal-mart or other pharmicies. It worked for me. It makes your hair grow out strong and long. I used it off and on for 2 years. I had a boy cut, right up to my ears. It was aweful, but in 2 years it grew out passed my shoulders.
And I have heard everywhere that if you cut off damaged hair ends, your hair will grow out faster.
Hope I helped a little.
I know that there's a lot of advertisements from companies claiming that their products will promote hair growth. Despite all the advertisements, shampoos, hair oil remedies, ointments and superstitions will not make your hair grow faster. The average growth rate is one half inch per month. However, there's a medication called "Minoxidil" that has been clinically proven to help grow hair, but it doesn't work for everyone. Another thing that has proved to be helpful is any form of scalp stimulation. By massaging the scalp, increased blood flow causes moderate hair re growth. Tracie, be patient, your hair will gradually grow back. Try massaging your scalp as you shampoo and condition, and do some deep conditioning treatments.
Why all bearers of bad news. I know a remedy which makes hair grow faster...
Hair grows with the blood circulation to the scalp, like every other part of your body, no blood no growth, I have used a product called dr miracles intene dry hair growing condition and shampoo from a local hair store, aroun £4.95. What it does is intendifys the treatment on your scalp, making your scalp tingle, which make the blood circulate a lot faster, the same applies if you paid for a weekly indian head massage, the faster the blood circulates the faster your hair will grow. I must admit I love this product!
I have been using a time-released vitamin that has helped in the improvement of my hair, skin and nails. It is a MEGA VITAMIN-I have had my finger nail break under normal conditions only to grow back almost instantly!! My skin is clearer, hair is healthier and nails quick to grow back. Hope this helps~~
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