Secrets To Hair Thickening

Secret Remedies To Hair Thickening


Here are some methods you can use at home that both promote healthy hair growth, as well as aid in retaining hair length. Lets get straight to the point list of showing methods to allow your hair to grow long healthy and Vibrant and strong.

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Water and Hydration

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We all know the importance of Hydration, but there are a few things to keep in
Coily and curly textured hair has the tendency to become dryer more easily than
most. It can often require more effort in order to keep our hair moisturized and
prevent over drying and breakage. It’s no surprise that breakage hinders hair
growth. However, hair problems and dry scalp are also attributed to heat and
chemical treatments, so it is imperative that you know how to keep your hair
well oiled and hydrated in order to prevent overdrying and breakage.

Water and Hydration Facts: An important key to healthy, beautiful, shiny and long hair is hydration. A Sufficient amount of water plays a major role in allowing the hair to grow long
and fast. Dehydration can make you feel tired but it can also cause drying of
your hair shaft and scalp and ultimately cause split ends and hair breakage.
Your hair follicles require ample nutrients in order to produce healthy hair and
water is an essential nutrient. By drinking water in the right quantity, you can
supply nutrients to your scalp and promote rapid hair growth. 8 -12 glasses per
day is the average.

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Locking Moisture In Hair This method Should Only Be Done Twice a Week


Humectants are used in skin and hair-care products to promote moisture retention. These hygroscopic compounds posses a chemical structure that
attracts water from the atmosphere and binds it to various sites along the
These ingredients are used in many products that are designed for dry, damaged
hair. While they can be beneficial in certain circumstances, weather an humidity
in the air can cause less than desired results.

 Low Humidity
In low-humidity situations, such as a cold, dry winter air, there is often not
enough water in the air for the humectant to attract to the surface of the hair. In
this type of climate, you can only hope that moisture is not evaporated from the
hair into the environment. Also, under these circumstances, there is some risk of
the humectant actually removing moisture from the cortex of the hair itself,
creating the problem it was intended to prevent.
That tells us that in dry climates it is important to use conditioning products
which rely on strong moisturizers rather than traditional humectants.

 High Humidity

In high-humidity conditions, such as the summer, there is a high amount of
moisture in the air. This can be very harmful for curly hair. If curly hair is dry
and damaged, it is very porous, and easily absorbs water from the air. In high-
humidity situations, this can cause curly hair to swell so much that cuticles are
raised, making the surface of the hair very rough and dry. The cuticles can then
become entangled with cuticles of the surrounding hairs and create a huge,
tangled mass, which is prone to breakage. Also, curly hair swollen by excess
water can lose its curl pattern, creating the dreaded summer frizz.
As you can see, products heavy in humectants will only aggravate problems
with humidity-induced frizz. Some humectants can also leave you hair feeling
sticky when they become saturated with water. In tropical and subtropical
climates, it is essential to maintain well-moisturized hair that is in good
condition (which will be less prone to absorbing water from the hair). But it is
preferable to use products containing fewer humectants or humectants with less
hygroscopic capacity.

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Due to the limitations of humectants in extreme weather conditions, it is evident that these ingredients probably function best for people with curly hair that live
in moderate climates, with temperatures and humidity in the medium range.

Glycerin in the most commonly used humectant. Honey is another Humectant that
can be used on hair. Glycerine and Honey both can not be applied directly to
the hair. They must be combined with water. 1 part Glycerine or Honey and 3
parts water.




Did you know that you can identify how healthy your hair is by doing an at-home hair test? Try this! Pull a strand of your hair out and put it through a sewing needle. If the hair slides through it’s fine or probably straight. If you have problems threading the needle or if it gets caught along the way, your hair is probably thick, wavy or curly.
Another test is to fill a glass with water. Take a strand of your hair and place it in the glass of water. If your hair floats, it’s healthy or may be a bit oily. As you know, oil floats when added to water.
If your hair sinks, the hair is absorbing a great deal of water. This means that your hair lacks moisture so it must be dry.


Necessary Foods for Growing Long Healthy Hair

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• Almonds
• Raisons
• Oranges
• Whole-grain Snack Bar
• Strawberries
• Fish liver oils
• Liver
• Dark green vegetables
• Yellow Vegetables
• Pumpkin
• Dairy Products
• Fish
• Eggs
• Prunes
• Chicken
• Beef Salmon

Best Brushes for Your Hair

Many people don’t realize the importance of having the right hair brush. According to the national sales director of Mason Pearson brushes, Robert Sansone suggests using a boar bristle brush because the material used in the brush is the closest in structure and composition to human hair, so it won’t cause any damage to the hair.
A Mason Pearson Brush is great for short curly hairstyle – especially thick curls like the TWA (teeny, weeny, afro) or any other short curly style. For best results use it on wet hair along with styling products. It helps to mold the hair in the desired style while still making your hair look natural and soft.
1) Use the pure bristled brush for short hair.
2) Use the nylon-spiked bristle brush for textured or thick hair.

It’s recommended that for thick or curly hair, try a brush made of a combination
of boar and nylon bristles. This makes it easier for the brush to penetrate highly

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