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While my previous three posts in this series have been about hair growth myths, I decided to switch things up a bit and talk about what REALLY works in making your hair grow. First of all, I would like to say that just like how everyone`s hair is different, everyone`s hair will grow at a different rate. Some people are blessed with hair that just grows and grows for what seems to be miles, while other people`s hair may not grow past their shoulders. Just remember, no matter what your hair length may be, healthy is hair is beautiful hair. One tip I have for growing healthy hair is to not wash it everyday. I know this may be a struggle for some people because nobody wants a greasy head of hair. However, the more frequently you wash your hair, the quicker it will become oily. When you wash your hair on a daily basis, your scalp senses that it is dry and will produce more oil faster. On the other hand, if you wash your hair every other day, your scalp will realize that it is not dry and thus will not rush to produce so much oil. In addition, while oily hair is not necessarily the most attractive, your hair does in fact need these oils to grow. These oils are also beneficial to the ends of your hair when they get distributed through brushing. If you don`t want to go out with oily hair, then feel free to use a dry shampoo. Dry shampoos absorb any oil in our hair without stripping your hair of all the natural oils like shampoo does. Make sure to be careful with dry shampoos because a little bit goes a long way and some may leave a white residue.
Leave a comment below with your favorite dry shampoo! Also, feel free to tell me about your hair type, length, color, etc.