How To Get Thicker Hair

January 13, 2015

 

Thick, luxurious hair is something that will never go out of fashion. For centuries, thick hair has been synonymous with virility and youthful masculinity. Many Hollywood greats owe their success to the thick crop of hair upon their head that their lovers fall over themselves to run loving fingers through. Here are a few tips on How To Get Thicker Hair, touchable hair and how to make the most of it.

 

Reduce Exposure to Sulphate

If you wash your hair too regularly with shampoos containing sulphate, you are risking the possibility of drying it out. Dry hair will not grow as long as hydrated hair without splitting and breaking. Dry hair will appear thin, lifeless and weak. There are many sulphate-free shampoos that your barber will be able to recommend.

 

Treat Your Scalp

Massaging your scalp with shampoos that contain eucalyptus or peppermint oil causes a tingling sensation. This sensation helps increase blood circulation to your follicles and encourages hair growth. Just massaging your scalp for 30 seconds with a eucalyptus oil shampoo will prove very beneficial to your hair .

Condition Your Hair Regularly

Using conditioner helps keep your hair properly hydrated. Even if you don’t wash your hair that regularly, try to use conditioner at least 5 times a week. As well as keeping the hair hydrated and healthy, conditioner helps make the hair soft and irresistible to touch. You’ll soon be fighting off girls trying to give a good head rub.

 

Restrict Your Hair Brushing

Brushing your hair may keep it neat, but daily brushing can also impede its health. Savagely pulling a comb through it on a regular basis may lead to split ends and may remove many of the oils with the hair that keep it healthy. If brushing is required, try using a wide-tooth plastic comb instead of a hard wire brush.

 

Turn Down the Heat

Quickly becoming the metrosexual symbol, straighteners may keep your hair in check but they are bad news for its health. Straighteners and other hot hair care electronics may fry the cuticles and prevent healthy growth. Try to refrain from constant use of straighteners and hair dryers or use a hair heat resistant spray which will give your hair that extra protection.

 

Regular Hair Trims

As well as looking bad, split ends create a poor hair growing environment. Therefore, it is really important that you regularly trim the ends of your hair. Regular visits to your local barber shop will remove all unhealthy split ends. Only style yourself if you are totally confident in your ability and don’t forget, you have to do the back as well!

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