A full head of long, thick hair is a great asset to beauty. The good news is that, if you persevere, anyone can achieve this in only one month.
Make friends with scissors, and trim your hair regularly to remove tangled and dry hair, and split ends. Strangely, to make it longer, first make it shorter.
Conditioner moisturises hair, making it more shiny. Don't skip this step when shampooing, as dry hair soon tangles and breaks.
Use hair masks with natural ingredients to keep it healthy and encourage growth. Some good masks are onion and garlic juice, onion juice and coconut oil, apple cider vinegar, or coconut milk.
Beer is rich in protein and vitamins B1, effective in restoring damaged hair and stimulating hair growth. Boil beer with water, wait until the mixture is cool, mix it with shampoo, then wash your hair and rinse it. Do this 2 or 3 times a week for dramatic changes.
Do not wash your hair too often. Too much washing can make your hair dry out and lose its natural protective oils. When shampooing, massage your scalp.
Limit your use of hair dryers, curling irons and towels. Rapid temperature changes cause severe hair damage. If you have to use them, wait until your hair is naturally dry by about 60%.
You should not tie or clamp your hair too tightly. Let your hair breathe. On hot and sunny days, use umbrellas, hats and hair sunscreen products.
Use pillowcases made of silk or satin. Cotton fabrics produce friction between pillowcases and your hair, making it more prone to tangles.
Eating foods rich in biotin (vitamin H) every day can also stimulate hair growth and keep it healthy. Biotin is found in eggs, milk, dairy products, nuts, liver, salmon, and avocados.