Hair never seems to grow more slowly than when you need it to do the exact opposite.
If you’re wondering how to grow hair faster, the first thing to keep in mind is that there’s no sudden miracle cure for transitioning between hairstyles or growing out an unfortunate chop overnight.
On average, you should expect a maximum half inch of new growth per month — and that’s under the healthiest conditions. Due to factors like breakage or diet, it can easily be less. In other words, have plenty of patience.
The good news: There are plenty of easy steps that can make a big difference in ensuring you do reach that half inch every month.
Growing your hair out requires a twofold approach. First, you have to reduce damage throughout the hair shaft to prevent hair loss and growth-slowing breakage. And second, you need an optimal growing environment at the root, while also leaving certain things (like color and trims) in the hands of experienced professionals.
Let’s look at some simple and natural ways to achieve healthy, longer hair.