Once your hair emerges from your scalp, it is considered dead and has no way to renew itself. So by the time your hair is past your shoulders it is a couple of years old.Even if we look after our hair, it is still a long time to face the daily wear and tear we inflict on our hair - brushing, washing, blow drying, dying and more! This daily damage plus your bodies health can all impact on your hair growing abilities.The weather can affect your hair growth- Hair grows quicker in hotter months, and slower during winter.Not everyone can grow a head of waist length hair! Fine, thin or severely damaged hair probably won't grow past a medium length very easily.Poor diet and stress may sometimes be a cause of slow hair growth. The healthier you are, the better condition and appearance your hair will have.A healthy diet also plays a major role in your hair's condition and growth rate. Nutritional deficiencies can lead to thinning hair - ultimately your hair reflects the condition of your body.Your hair may stop growing if you have any health problems or are suffering from any nutritional deficiencies.               
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Massage the Scalp with pure coconut oil. This will also help for growth of hair. Apply coconut oil which has been boiled with small onions. Wash it off with a mixture of green gram powder and water drained from cooked (boiled) rice. Apply a mixture of almond oil and gooseberry juice with finger tips on the scalp. Apply the warm mixture of olive oil, lemon juice and coconut oil.

Do a steam -towel- wrap for 15 minutes and wash the hair with a shampoo. Apply a paste of fenugreek and mustard to the scalp. Mix Shikakai powder with the water drained from the cooked rice and wash the hair with it. Crush the leaves of five petal hibiscus flower and take the juice. Wash the hair with this juice. Heat the oil with a little camphor. Apply the oil in the scalp and massage for 10 minutes. After 30 minutes wash the hair with a herbal shampoo. Do the steam -towel- wrap for 15 minutes.
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You may not spend much time thinking about it, but your daily hair care routine can make a real impact on your appearance. Washing your hair too often or not often enough, using the wrong hair products, even how you brush your hair can either enhance its luster or cause dryness and damage. 

Daily hair care also includes caring for your scalp because that’s where hair develops. The hair below the surface of your skin is the part that’s alive; you need to nourish these roots in order for the hair shaft — the part of the hair that’s exposed — to appear healthy and lustrous. Choosing moisturizing hair care products and minimizing blow drying and chemical treatments to your hair keeps your scalp — and your hair — looking its best. 
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If your hair has been truly wrecked, sometimes the best thing to do is have professional advice and then cut off as much damaged hair and split ends as possible so you can start fresh. You know when to cut off your hair: it's when you'd rather be bald than look the way you do now! A super-short haircut can be appealing if you go to someone who will shape the cut to your face. Understanding face shape is the difference between a ten dollar, ten minute hair cut and an admittedly more expensive, hopefully much nicer one. 
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Buy deep conditioner hot oil products at the drugstore, or go the homemade route for less money. Hot oil treatments (actually, the oil is warm, not hot), work by starting with dampened hair, softening the cuticle and locking in the water by sealing the outside of the hair with a coating of oil. You can make your hair drier by using hot oil if you then go and wash it all out with a harsh shampoo. When you give yourself a moisturizing hair treatment, leave it on overnight and then wash it with a gentle shampoo the next day.


Naturally curly hair needs moisture (not grease or drying alcohol) to restore its natural luster, beauty, and healthy state.
Unfortunately, most ethnic products contain cheap oils that coat and weigh down the hair. Non-ethnic products contain drying ingredients that rob the hair it of its natural sheen. You won't find any cheap oils or drying ingredients in our products...just quality ingredients, such as whole oats, amino silk acids (protein), wheat germ, jojoba, avocado and coconut oil, as well as a new, patented ingredient, all natural ingredients to put the bounce back into your curl.
Conditioning your curly hair is one of the most important steps in your hair care regime. Curly hair is dry by nature and requires moisture. Continue to pump moisture, moisture, moisture back into your lochs.


Curly hair absorbs moisture easily from air causing the shaft to expand and it results in fizz or tangles. There are ways to handle little frizzes. These days, curly hair is gaining in the ranks of popularity. Celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Hudson, Kate Winslet, Nicole Kidman and American Idol winner Jordin Sparks embrace the sexy unruliness of their natural look. If you are someone who was blessed with curly hair, consider yourself lucky. Since I began enhancing my curls rather than hiding them, the tables have turned dramatically. I can't tell you how many times people with stick straight hair have come up to me and said, "I would give anything to have your hair. No matter what I do, my hair just won't hold a curl!"
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A flat iron is an invaluable styling tool for women who have wavy or curly hair. Today’s top hairstyles vary dramatically from straight and sleek, to curly and wild. Just as a curling iron is a must-have styling tool for women with naturally straight hair, the flat iron allows women with curlier locks to achieve the straight, flat styles that are popular today. In order to get the most out of your flat iron, it is important to learn how best to use it. Here we will detail thirteen tips for using your flat iron.



Hair drying through rough rubbing with a towel when the hair is wet can cause damage, especially if it is already fragile.Here are ten important hair drying tips to ensure your hair is kept in good condition despite the toll everyday wear and tear can have:Some hair experts recommend that you separate hair into only 3-4 major sections.  Others recommend a lot of little sections that are only 2-4 inches in width.Consumers who blow dry at home need to understand that a perfect blow out, whether for a straight, curly or wavy look, takes time.  Whether you're using a paddle brush to achieve stick straight hair or a long finger diffuser attachment to encourage curls and waves, Barbara advises that you go very slowly and focus on each individual section of hair before moving to the next one.